Amerijet International, Inc. Has Announced International Vehicle Shipping

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PressExposure) April 17, 2009 -- Amerijet International, Inc. has announced international vehicle shipping to destinations around the world, using air, ocean and land based shipping methods. Vehicle shipping is available for both commercial and personal shipments of vehicles to destinations that include the Caribbean, Europe, North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Amerijet International, Inc. has been shipping to international destinations for over thirty years, and has established offices in many of their international destination countries. This cargo shipping company offers both domestic and international shipments, as well as assistance for customers who are new to shipping overseas. Through its subsidiary I.T.N. Consolidators, Amerijet can provide vehicle shipping with an ocean cargo liner that will allow commercial shipments of several thousand vehicles. For personal shipments, Amerijet provides the option to ship personal goods in the same container when shipping vehicles.

Amerijet can provide shipping to an international port, where the vehicles will then be brought inland using the roll on, roll off method. The company can also provide inland shipping in international destinations via a large network of transportation methods, including inland trucking services and the use of public and private transportation methods. There are a wide range of options available for shipping vehicles to any international destination.

About Amerijet International, Inc.

Information for Amerijet’s vehicle shipping can be found online at http://www.Amerijet.com. The website also hosts online tracking and email services for quick answers to shipping questions, as well as information on shipping vehicles and other goods to both domestic and international locations around the world.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 16, 2009 at 5:46 am
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