Shipping to Trinidad

A Guide To Shipping - Trinidad And Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is one of Amerijet International, Inc. largest international stations. Amerijet provides daily service from and to the United States connecting Trinidad to all major gateways. In addition, Amerijet operates a hub directly from Trinidad to serve all of the surrounding islands. Our Trinidad hub offers daily flights to and from Barbados, Guyana, St. Lucia, Grenada, St. Vincent, Martinique and Venezuela. We transport personal and commercial shipments, oversized shipments for the busy petroleum, perishable shipments for the agriculture industry, and various items to support the manufacturing economy.

Amerijet International, Inc. Serves Our Customers' Trinidad Shipping Needs

We are shipping experts when it comes to the Caribbean, including southern Caribbean countries such as The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Through our subsidiary, I.T.N. Consolidators, Amerijet operates an ocean station within Trinidad at 92 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Working with our trusted transportation partners, we are pleased to offer shipping to Trinidad's major cities, including Port of Spain, Chaguanas, Mon Repos, Arima, Marabella, Point Fortin, Tunapuna, Sangre Grande, and beyond. And because we have our own local office in Trinidad, we are able to handle shipping destination-based transportation logistics directly.

What Documentation Is Necessary For Trinidad Shipping?

As with any international destination, completion of international documentation is required for Trinidad shipping. Paperwork that will need to be accurately completed includes the shipment waybill and the CARICOM (Caribbean Common Market) commercial invoice. Shipments originating in the United States and being forwarded to Trinidad destinations will require the filing of a Shipper's Export Declaration (SED) if they contain any single commodity that exceeds US $2,500. In some cases, SEDs can actually be filed electronically. Additionally, for some commodities, special licenses or permits will be an added requirement. As always, please feel free to contact our customer service representatives at any time for expert assistance with the international forms and paperwork required for Trinidad shipping - we look forward to guiding you through the process!

Planning For Trinidad And Tobago Observed Holidays

When it comes to shipping, Trinidad does have its own unique set of celebrations and observed holidays that will oftentimes affect the progress of transportation when they arise. Some of these observations include:

  • New Year's Day - January 1st
  • Carnival - The two days preceding Ash Wednesday yearly
  • Good Friday - Date varies yearly
  • Easter Sunday - Date varies yearly
  • Spiritual Baptist Shouter Liberation Day National Holiday- March 30th
  • Corpus Christi - Date varies yearly
  • Indian Arrival Day - May 30th
  • Labour Day - June 19th
  • Emancipation Day - August 1st
  • Independence Day - August 31st
  • Republic Day - September 24th
  • Eid-ul-Fitr - Date varies yearly
  • Divali - Date varies yearly
  • Christmas - December 25th
  • Boxing Day - December 26th

As evidenced by the length of the list, holidays are important events in Trinidad and Tobago - when shipping to Trinidad, it is important to plan accordingly.

If you have any questions regarding Trinidad shipping, please just let us know - we are here to help!

A Guide To Shipping - Trinidad And Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is one of Amerijet International, Inc. largest international stations. Amerijet provides daily service from and to the United States connecting Trinidad to all major gateways. In addition, Amerijet operates a hub directly from Trinidad to serve all of the surrounding islands. Our Trinidad hub offers daily flights to and from Barbados, Guyana, St. Lucia, Grenada, St. Vincent, Martinique and Venezuela. We transport personal and commercial shipments, oversized shipments for the busy petroleum, perishable shipments for the agriculture industry, and various items to support the manufacturing economy.

Amerijet International, Inc. Serves Our Customers' Trinidad Shipping Needs

We are shipping experts when it comes to the Caribbean, including southern Caribbean countries such as The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Through our subsidiary, I.T.N. Consolidators, Amerijet operates an ocean station within Trinidad at 92 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Working with our trusted transportation partners, we are pleased to offer shipping to Trinidad's major cities, including Port of Spain, Chaguanas, Mon Repos, Arima, Marabella, Point Fortin, Tunapuna, Sangre Grande, and beyond. And because we have our own local office in Trinidad, we are able to handle shipping destination-based transportation logistics directly.

What Documentation Is Necessary For Trinidad Shipping?

As with any international destination, completion of international documentation is required for Trinidad shipping. Paperwork that will need to be accurately completed includes the shipment waybill and the CARICOM (Caribbean Common Market) commercial invoice. Shipments originating in the United States and being forwarded to Trinidad destinations will require the filing of a Shipper's Export Declaration (SED) if they contain any single commodity that exceeds US $2,500. In some cases, SEDs can actually be filed electronically. Additionally, for some commodities, special licenses or permits will be an added requirement. As always, please feel free to contact our customer service representatives at any time for expert assistance with the international forms and paperwork required for Trinidad shipping - we look forward to guiding you through the process!

Planning For Trinidad And Tobago Observed Holidays

When it comes to shipping, Trinidad does have its own unique set of celebrations and observed holidays that will oftentimes affect the progress of transportation when they arise. Some of these observations include:

  • New Year's Day - January 1st
  • Carnival - The two days preceding Ash Wednesday yearly
  • Good Friday - Date varies yearly
  • Easter Sunday - Date varies yearly
  • Spiritual Baptist Shouter Liberation Day National Holiday- March 30th
  • Corpus Christi - Date varies yearly
  • Indian Arrival Day - May 30th
  • Labour Day - June 19th
  • Emancipation Day - August 1st
  • Independence Day - August 31st
  • Republic Day - September 24th
  • Eid-ul-Fitr - Date varies yearly
  • Divali - Date varies yearly
  • Christmas - December 25th
  • Boxing Day - December 26th

As evidenced by the length of the list, holidays are important events in Trinidad and Tobago - when shipping to Trinidad, it is important to plan accordingly.

If you have any questions regarding Trinidad shipping, please just let us know - we are here to help!