Amerijet launches newly designed website

Amerijet launches newly designed website

DATE: 01/18/18

Amerijet launches newly designed website

FORT LAUDERDALE — Amerijet is pleased to announce the launch of its new, customer-focused website, which reflects the company’s commitment to offering its clients the most sophisticated and user-friendly technology available today.

The new site was officially launched on Jan. 18, 2018 and is available through www.amerijet.com.

Amerijet’s information technology and marketing team spent months developing the new site to provide visitors with an improved customer experience and an easy way to ship. As an international cargo airline, Amerijet understands how important it is for shippers to be able to conduct business on the go.

The new website can be accessed on all types of mobile devices, including smartphones, laptops, tablets and desktops. Amerijet’s new service-oriented site, with a clean look and smooth navigation tools, allows shippers to obtain quotes, access their accounts, ship items, track shipments and make payments online. This site allows Amerijet to better serve customers while highlighting the company’s services.  Registered users can create a free MyCargo account, which allows Amerijet customers to get shipping quotes, make reservations and track shipments.

MyCargo Account users are able to check shipping rates, apply for credit and check account balances. All account information is now easy accessible using a newly designed customized dashboard.

Amerijet gives the consumer all the tools they need, right at their fingertips.

Don’t miss out on the reading updated news articles and promotions.  The new Amerijet site provides shippers with helpful shipping information and articles.

If you have any questions, suggestions, comments, or feedback about the new site, email Amerijet at comments@app-wpprod-prod-eastus2-001.azurewebsites.net.

More About Amerijet:

With more than 40 years of experience in the cargo industry, Amerijet operates its own dedicated freighter fleet of B767-300/200 aircraft from its primary hub at the Miami International Airport to 38 destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. The company provides more main deck capacity to more destinations with more frequency than any other all-cargo operator in its service region. Amerijet’s global network reaches 476 destinations in Europe, Asia, Pacific, South Africa and the Middle East with seamless and transparent transportation solutions for customers shipping time-sensitive, valuable and temperature controlled commodities.

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