Amerijet International Shipping - Grenada Service
Amerijet International, Inc. offers a full range of shipping services to our customers in Grenada. And with a strong agricultural and tourism based economy, shipping to and from Grenada is essential to the nation's industries. Known as "The Spice Isle" for its extensive production and worldwide distribution of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, allspice, mace, and ginger, the West Indies Caribbean island nation boasts a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $1.1 billion dollars with a relatively small population of just 110,000. When it comes to shipping, Grenada cannot be overlooked.
Amerijet's Coverage Of Grenada
With a well-organized network of alliances and affiliates, Amerijet International is pleased to offer a full range of cargo and freight forwarding services to and from Grenada. We maintain an air freight office at the Point Salines International Airport, as well as an ocean freight office in St. Georges, Grenada to handle comprehensive transportation requirements. Our air station features a fully bonded warehouse with both cold storage, animal handling and hazmat capabilities. In addition, we can offer customs brokerage and delivery to all of our customers in Grenada for a complete expeditious international service.
With our local pickup and delivery services and our regular drop off and pickup hours at our offices, Amerijet covers all parishes of main island Grenada, including Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, Saint Mark, Saint Patrick, and Saint John. If requested, Amerijet International, Inc. can also service all of the Grenadines Islands including Carriacou, Petit Martinique, Ronde Island, Cailles Island, Diamond Island, Large Island, Saline Island, and Frigate Island.
Special Grenada Shipping Considerations
Grenada is a full member of CARICOM (Caribbean Common Market), which means that importing and exporting within the boundaries of Grenada and other member nations falls under the CARICOM treaty. When exporting to Grenada from the United States or a non-CARICOM member country, international regulations and documentation requirements must be met. For assistance with shipping documentation, please contact an Amerijet service representative - we are happy to help!
Time In Transit For Shipping: Grenada Holidays And Rest Days
Depending on the method of transportation being used for Grenada import or export shipments, the country's holidays and rest days may have an effect on transit times. Grenada generally recognizes Saturdays and Sundays as rest days. Grenada's officially observed holidays include:
- New Year's Day - January 1st
- Independence Day - February 7th
- Good Friday - Date Varies Yearly
- Easter Sunday - Date Varies Yearly
- Easter Monday - Date Varies Yearly
- Labour Day - May 1st
- Whit Monday - Date Varies Yearly
- Corpus Christi - 60 Days After Easter Sunday
- Emancipation Day - First Monday of August
- Carnival - Second Monday and Tuesday of August
- Grenada Thanksgiving Day - October 25th
- Christmas Day - December 25th
- Boxing Day - December 26th
It is also important to note that national holidays that fall on a Sunday in Grenada are celebrated the following Monday.
Amerijet International is pleased to offer a complete range of freight transportation services throughout the Caribbean and worldwide. When it comes to international shipping, Grenada is full covered by our extensive logistics network - we look forward to serving!v