SOUTH FLORIDA – When shipping something to the Caribbean—whether it’s a commercial shipment to a customer or just a package to a loved one—you want to make sure the entire process is as simple and hassle-free as possible. After all, your main goal is to make sure your cargo reaches its destination safely and on time.
With that in mind, here are a few key tips to make shipping to Trinidad easy.
- Take time to pack your shipment carefully—Your shipment has a long way to go before it reaches its final destination in the Caribbean. Make sure your freight is well packed so it survives the trip intact.
- Complete all required documentation—When shipping to any Caribbean destination, you need to complete specific documentation for your shipment. This may include the shipment waybill and the CARICOM commercial invoice. For certain types of commodities, other additional documentation may need to be completed.
- Choose the right shipping method—There are many different ways to ship your cargo to the Caribbean, including by air and by ocean. You also can choose from a range of air freight shipping services, such as standard air, express air, and more. Choose the service that best fits your unique needs.
- Insure your shipment—It’s always wise to insure your shipments. Insurance protects your financial interest and gives you peace of mind.
Need shipping to the Caribbean? Trust the experienced, reliable team at Amerijet.
Amerijet has four Florida locations. The exporting and importing Miami facility is located at 3401 N.W. 72 Avenue. In close proximity is Fort Lauderdale located at 2800 South Andrews Avenue, one in Tampa, located at 2525 E. Hillsborough Ave. and in Orlando located at 2516 West Colonial Drive.
With offices in more than 78 countries, Amerijet delivers the expertise and infrastructure to provide seamless worldwide freight services for freight of any size, type or weight in single packages, on pallets or skids, in containers or crates, or for consolidated shipments.
Amerijet serves a diverse clientele in Florida shipping a vast range of goods, including, 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.