Contact Amerijet

At Amerijet International, Inc., we have dedicated staff ready to answer your questions about cargo shipping, such as air, truck, ocean freight, logistics and shipping claims. To contact one of our offices or drop station please fill out the form below.


Amerijet Sales

4500 NW 36th Street Miami, Florida 33166
Toll Free: 800-927-6059
Phone: 305-593-5500
Fax:305-718-8271
Email: sales@amerijet.com


Email Addresses

Sales: sales@amerijet.com

Customer Service: customerservice@amerijet.com


For general questions or comments about Amerijet International, Inc., submit an email request to:

Employment Opportunities:
employment@amerijet.com
or customerservice@amerijet.com

Comments: comments@amerijet.com

Marketing: marketing@amerijet.com

Web Support: support@amerijet.com



Latest News Articles

Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc.

Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc.

17 Jul 2020

Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc. Miami, FL (July 17, 2020) ‐ Amerijet International, Inc. is excited to announce that Tim Strauss will join as its Chief Executive Officer effective August 17, 2020, based at the Company’s headquarters in Miami, FL. Tim is presently responsible for Air Canada’s cargo business and brings […]

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Amerijet celebrates 20-year partnership with Dan Air in South Korea

Amerijet celebrates 20-year partnership with Dan Air in South Korea

02 Jul 2020

Amerijet celebrates 20-year partnership with Dan Air in South Korea In 2000, Amerijet International partnered with Dan Air Services, Inc. to be their General Sales Agents (GSA,) managing air cargo sales, in South Korea. Dan Air Services was established in 1996 by Mr. J.H. Joo who, with his extensive experience in the airline industry, propelled […]

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Charters and Scheduled Flights Keep the Supply Chain Operating

Charters and Scheduled Flights Keep the Supply Chain Operating

08 May 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted supply chains worldwide. In some industries such as automotive, apparel and hospitality, production and delivery cycles are slowing or temporarily stopped as demand lessens, and safety precautions are followed. To keep supplies moving, all-cargo carriers remained operating, adjusting their schedules, and providing emergency charters. In the face of supply […]

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