AMERIJET Celebrates Haitian Heritage Month This May 2014

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AMERIJET Celebrates Haitian Heritage Month This May 2014

ImEx Cargo the local representative for Amerijet International in Boston will be celebrating Haitian Heritage Month this May attending festivities including the parade and flag raising ceremonies. The14th Annual Haitian-American Unity Parade is set for Sunday, May 18, 2014, Departure 1:00 P.M. from Mattapan Square, at the intersection of River Street and Blue Hill Avenue. Amerijet was founded in 197 4 by CEO David Basset and is a fullservice multi-modal transportation and logistics provider offering international, scheduled all-cargo transport via land , air and sea. Amerijet operates in 163 offices in 68 countries, serving destinations throughout the America’s, Mexico, Caribbean and more. Haitian heritage and culture was first celebrated in Boston in 1998 and included a month-long celebration with programs on television highlighting the country’s history, culture and contributions to the world . Amerijet International, Inc. began shipping to Haiti in 1995 and has become intimately familiar with the unique shipping requirements and way of doing business in Haiti with cargo shipping facilities at Port au Prince Airport which makes shipping to Haiti fast and easy. Amerijet has regularly scheduled service to Haiti that has made us one of the top shipping companies to the country.O Haiti continues to be a part of their growing global operations in some of the world’s most important shipping markets. The shipping facilities are locally staffed and have local customs agents at each facility to help expedite the customs clea rance process. This allows Amerijet to offer its customers fast, reliable shipping to Haiti. Customers can ship all types of cargo to Haiti as Amerijet has the capabilities to handle general dry cargo, valuables, perishables, live animals and much more. In 2010, Amerijet as a Corporate initiative opened its facilities in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Atlanta and New York area to collect bags of rice, dried beans and tents to assist with the relief efforts after the earthquake struck operating additional flights and donating all the relief goods and transporting the goods free of charge to Port-auPrince, Haiti teaming up with World Fuel Services to donate the flight between Miami and Port-au-Prince. Amerijet International, Inc., a renowned provider of international cargo shipping and logistics services, recently announced personal effects shipping from the United States to Haiti. This means that shippers can now quickly and easily send all types of personal effects to Haiti at competitive prices.

Amerijet has local cargo stations in Haiti, making shipping to cities such as Port-au-Prince, Les Cayes, and Miragoane easy. Amerijet’s cargo shipping stations are typically equipped to handle all types of cargo and offer around-the-clock surveillance for exceptional cargo security. Additionally, the company offers several regularly scheduled weekday flights to Haiti, helping shippers enjoy the fastest service times to the island. Amerijet Boston in celebration of Haitian Heritage Month (MAY) will be offering a free gift when you come into the Boston office located at 440 William F. McClellan Highway in East Boston, MA to ship your package to Port Au Prince Haiti. At AMERIJET we service Haiti three times a week for all your Cargo Shipping needs with prices starting as low as $50. To learn more about shipping to Haiti or to get a free shipping quote, please visit http:// www.amerijet.com. Amerijet International, Inc. is a full-service multi-modal transportation and logistics provider, offering international, scheduled all-cargo transport via land, sea, and air. Florida-based Amerijet operates offices all over the world, serving destinations throughout the Americas, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Amerijet operates Boeing 727-200 and Boeing 767-200 aircraft from its primary hub at Miami International Airport, with 21 0,000-square-foot export and 1 00,000-square-foot imports air cargo handling facilities and a 50,000-square-foot ocean cargo facility. A custom-built 10,300 square-foot export and 100,000- square-foot imports air cargo handling facilities and a 50,000-squarefoot ocean cargo facility. A custom-built 10,300 square-foot (227,419 cu. ft.) cooling facility was specially designed to maintain the cool chain integrity of perishables during the transportation process. In addition to the state-of-the-art design features, multiple pre-cooling systems, and 24 hour surveillance, the refrigerated storage space is subdivided into four climate-controlled chambers offering not only refrigerated, but frozen, and chilled storage.

For additional information , visit Amerijet on the web at http://www.amerijet.com & http://www.bostoncitypaper.org/MAY-17–2014.html

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