MIAMI: Caribbean Logistics, Inc has been gained IAC status by the Transportation Security Administration. This security measure allows Caribbean Logistics, Inc. to ship cargo via passenger aircraft world-wide. Beginning later this year, all freight forwarders will be required to carry IAC (Indirect Air Carrier) status in order to ship air freight on any vessel, passenger or cargo. In compliance with United States Government regulations, Caribbean Logistics, Inc continues to strive to achieve safe passage of cargo world wide.

May 2, 2005 - We have made special shipping arrangements with an auto dealer to offer to our customers in the Caribbean value priced work vehicles and SUV's. Contact us soon as this is a limited time offer!

April 15, 2005 - Avoid costly wire transfer fees. Caribbean Logistics is now accepting credit card payments for shipping services. Please see the credit card authorization on your bill.  Simply sign and fax back to us at 305-994-9205.

February 19, 2005 - GOOD NEWS! The Port Congestion Surcharge has been rescinded. We are pleased to announce that our fees will remain the same.

January 21, 2005 - A Port Congestion Surcharge will go into effect on February 20, 2005 for all cargo carried into George Town, Grand Cayman. This charge has been implemented as a result of the significant vessel delays incurred while berthing in George Town. These delays are creating significant increases in operational costs and also impacting delivery time locally. These fees are implemented by the cargo ship companies. Caribbean Logistics has no control over these charges. We estimate that this will result in a 20% increase in deliveries to Grand Cayman. We anticipate that this will be a temporary situation and will be lifted once the Georgetown port resumes normal operations.

November 1, 2004 - Caribbean Logistics open its new office and warehouse space at 6832 NW 77th Court, in Miami. Our phone number will remain 305-994-9203 and fax number 305-994-9205.


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