Common Questions about Shipping from US to the Caribbean

Common Questions about Shipping from US to the Caribbean

DATE: 01/14/13

Preparing a shipment to be transported to the Caribbean? If you’re new to shipping to the Caribbean, you probably have some questions. The good news is that shipping from the U.S. to the Caribbean is actually pretty straightforward; you just need to have a basic understanding of the process. To help you out, here are some answers to the most common questions about shipping to the Caribbean. What documentation is needed for shipping to the Caribbean? When you ship from the United States to any Caribbean destination, you’ll have to complete certain documentation. The exact documentation really depends on what exactly you’re shipping, but in general, you’ll need to complete a shipment waybill and a CARICOM commercial invoice. Additionally, if any single item you’re shipping is worth over $2500, you’ll need to fill out a Shipper’s Export Declaration. What commodities can be shipped to the Caribbean? You can ship all types of commodities to the Caribbean, provided your shipping company can handle them. Amerijet transports all types of goods, including perishables, hazardous materials, live animals, general dry cargo, and more. How much does shipping from the United States to the Caribbean cost? Your rates will fluctuate depending on what you’re shipping and how you choose to get it there. Your best bet is to get a free quote on the Amerijet website. Click here to get a free quote and take 10% off when you book your shipment online. For the latest information and exclusive promotions, visit www.Amerijet.com and make sure to Like us on Facebook!

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