The Secret to Shipping Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

The Secret to Shipping Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

DATE: 09/11/15

Do you need to ship mangoes from Port Au Prince, habanero peppers from Merida, breadfruit from Barbados?  Here’s how Amerijet can help you get these fruits and vegetables to travel so far and stay so fresh. When it comes to shipping perishable goods, such as fruits, vegetables, and flowers, ordinary shipping methods just don’t cut it. So how is it that we get to eat so many fresh, delicious fruits and veggies from all over the world? By offering specialized service and best practices in sending fruits and vegetables internationally and cross-country, Amerijet makes sure producers from all over the world can be confident their produce will be fresh as ever when it reaches its destination:

  1. Temperature Controlled Shipping: Keeps your perishable goods at just the right temperature. Having steady temperature conditions will prove fundamental, as it will extend the perishables’ lifespan. The proper use of coolers and freezers will prevent any spoilage caused by external factors. Amerijet provides a wide range of active temperature solutions to meet each customer’s needs.
  1. Priority and Logistics: The longer it takes for your perishable shipment to be delivered, the likelier it is for its quality to decrease. This is why Amerijet provides the highest boarding priority for fruits, vegetables and other perishable goods. Around the clock temperature checks and balances and climate controlled temperature on board aircrafts keeps fruits and vegetables in their ideal environment from departure to arrival.
  1. Tracking 24/7: When it comes to shipping perishable foods, losing track of your shipment is an even more distressing situation than it is with ordinary shipments. Amerijet’s easy-to-use tracking system allows customers to keep track of their perishable shipments anytime, anywhere.

Amerijet’s perishable facility is specially designed to maintain the cool chain integrity of perishable commodities during the transportation process. In addition to the state-of-the-art design features, the refrigerated storage space is subdivided into four climate-controlled compartments offering refrigerated, frozen, and chilled storage. For more information about shipping perishable goods with Amerijet click on this link: http://blog.amerijet.com/temperature-sensitive-management.

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