Maintaining the cold chain is the responsibility of everyone who handles and transports fresh produce, from the farm to the retailer. Amerijet’s Temperature Controlled (ATC) service offers shippers temperature-controlled solutions for shipping perishables worldwide.
The company’s 360,000 square-foot (33,500sq. meter) import/export facility in Miami includes dedicated dock doors for dry and temperature controlled freight, including pre-cooled receiving areas and a custom built 40,000 square-foot (3,700sq. meter) perishable handling center providing refrigerated, frozen and chilled storage to maintain the cold chain integrity of perishable shipments during the transportation process.
With expedited handling procedures, coolers and freezer at all major transit points, Amerijet’s cold chain management has been trusted for more than 40 years.
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