Why Air Cargo and Why Amerijet

Why Air Cargo and Why Amerijet

DATE: 10/10/22

Air cargo is the quickest and most efficient way to move freight around the world. While transit times of other modes of transports are measured in multiple days, weeks and months, air cargo can get goods to destinations in hours and minimal days. A spare part for machinery can be in Guyana from Miami within five hours, pharmaceuticals can travel between San Juan, Puerto Rico and Brussels within a day. These times have made air cargo the transport of choice when time is of the utmost importance. With the need for speed an integral part of our society today, the need for air cargo has increased and is projected to continue to increase. E-commerce and the growth of that market has also been a catalyst in the demand for quick transit times.

Miami based Amerijet International has for almost 50 years, been the carrier of choice for pharmaceuticals, project cargo, temperature- controlled goods, heavy freight, live animals, valuables and so much more. Supporting their main service region of the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, and more recently Europe, Amerijet has been a leader in helping the supply chain move for many businesses and industries alike. Oil fields, pharmaceutical manufacturers, shippers of fruits and flowers, animal handlers, art curators and a host of others, all rely on air cargo and Amerijet to get their goods where they need to go, when they need to go.

With state-of-the-art facilities and technology, and offices or Global service Agents (GSAs) all around the world, you can be sure that Amerijet will work with you to find the best solution for your valuable cargo. Amerijet prides itself on having representatives and sales agents that will help with the entire process, from booking, document preparation all the way through to delivery to ensure customer satisfaction. Over the years, Amerijet has been a staple in the region they serve, and with recent growth of the airline, the support for the region will also continue to grow. With its mission statement being, “We move the goods that enrich and connect the lives of our friends, customers and communities,” Amerijet will continue to move cargo while enriching lives in the process.

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