Amerijet Title Sponsors for Specialty Caribbean Expo 2017

Below is an excerpt from an interview with Mrs. Francilia Scott of Saint Lucia Air Freighters, Agents for Amerijet.

“St. Lucia Air Freighters is a full cargo service provider and sole agent for Amerijet in Saint Lucia. Our subsidiary company, Caribbean Marketing and Services (CM&S) provides ground handling for private jets, charters and Destination Management.

As part of the Saint Lucia business community, we recognize the need and importance for developing exports. We experience first-hand the imbalance in imports and exports, which does not auger well for any economy.

From left: Mrs. Francilia Scott and Mr. Larry Scott of Amerijet present Mrs. Jacqueline Emmanuel-Flood, TEPA’s CEO, Honourable Bradley Felix, Minister for Commerce and Mr. Ken Lay, legal representative for the OECS, with at $125,000 sponsorship check for Specialty Caribbean EXPO 2017.

Having appreciated the work and emphasis of Saint Lucia TEPA and the OECS in developing local and regional, international exports, we believe our involvement and contributions to SCE 2017 can play a vital role.

Amerijet through its Business Development efforts has strong affiliations and alliances with international product procurement entities (buyers). Given these considerations, we are confident that our long-term partnership will assist in the government’s efforts to increase exports.

Through a developed portfolio of integrated shipping products, Amerijet can satisfy varied shipping needs across industries and sectors. With offices in over 78 countries we can seamlessly move cargo of any kind across continents. As the only airline operating in every CARICOM member state, we provide a scheduled air cargo service, linking the South American countries of Guyana and Suriname with their CARICOM neighbors.

Amerijet currently operates one weekly Boeing 767 to Saint Lucia on Tuesday’s, originating from its international Hub and headquarters in Miami, Florida via the regional hub at Piarco International in Trinidad”.

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