20 Years Anniversary in Guyana
Amerijet International, Inc. is a full-service carrier providing regional and international, scheduled all-cargo service, which started operations in Guyana in 1995. With the support of its local customers and agent, Total Aircargo Sales and Handling Agency Inc. they operate two all-cargo flights per week to/from Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Guyana. Connecting Guyana with direct flights to the United States and Intra-Caribbean destinations. Amerijet’s global network offers shippers to transport their goods to 625 global destinations worldwide.
In addition, to weekly flight schedules, Total Aircargo Sales and Handling Agency, Inc. offers a Bonded Warehouse located at the Guyana National Shipping Corporation Ltd, LaPenitence, Georgetown. The warehouse is set up to deliver air cargo in the downtown areas.
Their motto is very simple: “Customer Service Is Our Business!”, and they are truly grateful to be a part of the Caribbean community. “This year we are celebrating our 20th Anniversary of operations in our beautiful country of Guyana,” says Ulric Ceres, Amerijet’s Station Manager and Managing Director of Total Aircargo Sales and Handling Agency Inc.”
“Amerijet has proven itself to be a longstanding partner for many of the nation’s import and export, agricultural, perishables and retail businesses, throughout the Caribbean and worldwide,” said Carlos Gonzalez, Sr., Director of Amerijet International. “We always provide quality services, flexible transportation solutions, proactive communication and innovative technology to help customers’ businesses thrive.”
“We never forget that our customers have choices, our commitment to our friends and family in the Caribbean is reflected in every shipment we touch,” said Ulric Ceres.
With offices in more than 78 countries, Amerijet provides seamless worldwide freight services. They serve a diverse clientele in Guyana, shipping a vast range of goods, including live animals, perishables (fresh and frozen), oversized and hard to handle shipments, electronics, heavy equipment, personal goods and household items and hazardous materials offering airport-to-airport and to-door delivery services.
FACTS: Boeing aircraft 727-200, 767-200 and 767-300 • International hub at Miami International Airport • 210,000-sq. ft. export • 100,000-sq. ft. imports air cargo handling facilities • 10,300 -sq. ft. (227,419 cu. ft.) cooling facility, to maintain the “cool chain integrity” of perishables • Multiple pre-cooling systems refrigerated storage with four climate-controlled chambers (refrigerated, frozen, and chilled storage) • 24 hour surveillance.