Irvine, CA, March 03, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Aeronet Worldwide is proud to announce that its recently opened station in Newark, New Jersey (EWR) is now fully operational.
The fully staffed, 19,000-square foot station – Aeronet’s 13th company-owned location – will serve as an East Coast gateway and consolidation center for international freight. It will also complement Aeronet’s nearby New York (JFK) station.
The opening of the EWR station comes at an important time for Aeronet, which recently expanded sales and operations efforts within the international market, thanks to key partnerships and business ventures in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Canada, and Australia.
It is also indicative of Aeronet’s overall growth over the course of the last few years, as it follows on the heels of a facility expansion in Chicago (ORD), and precedes similar location expansions for the company’s Los Angeles (LAX) and Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW) stations.
The new location has been staffed with highly-experience industry veterans, and stands ready to offer a full range of capabilities for all domestic and international shipping, including ocean freight, airfreight, and ground transport; expedited and standard services; import/export services; warehousing; trade show; and specialized White Glove services.
Operations will be overseen by General Manager Neil Dale, Manager of Import Operations Tracy Ball, and Manager of Export Operations Gina Monteforte.
With this new international gateway and consolidation hub, Aeronet continues its exciting growth venture, while continuing to provide its Clients with the reliable service, first-rate expertise, and sense of innovation that has made it one of the most trusted names in global shipping and logistics for over 35 years.
About Aeronet Worldwide:
For over 35 years, Aeronet Worldwide has provided Clients in a wide array of vertical industries and sectors with the very best in global logistics. With Associates and Partners stationed near every major air and sea port throughout world, there is no shipment too large or complex. Visit Aeronet.com for more information.