Bon Trade Intl. Corp. was founded in 1984 to be a service company in support of the export trade to the Caribbean from South Florida, The Gateway to the Caribbean and South America.
From its centrally located warehouse in Miami, Florida Bon Trade Intl. Corp. has been involved in facilitating clients with the receiving of cargo from all points from within the U.S.A, Canada and Asia to be forwarded to destinations in the Caribbean and South America.
With regularly scheduled containers we are able to offer weekly service for small to medium sized orders to the islands of Aruba and Curacao.
We are also able to offer Full Container Load freight service at low rates due to our contracts with the main carriers and knowledge of these markets.
As a complement and alternative to our consolidation by sea we offer shipping by air with Federal Express, American Airlines (counter-to-counter) and air cargo service (Amerijet) at some of the lowest prices you will find to these destinations.
We can accommodate customers with container sharing in case of larger orders (800 cubic feet and larger) and thereby allowing Less than Container load orders to share in the container load freight prices.
A service, which has become one of our specialties since 1996 is that of vehicle exportation. Due to the requirement to conduct export processing through U.S.
Customs of all self propelled vehicles from the U.S.A. all those who want to export a vehicle need this service. For more information visit: www.cbp.gov, or send an e-mail to email@example.com for assistance and advise in properly handling your vehicle for export.
Our none-exhaustive list of services includes:
1. Less than container load freight service to Aruba, Curacao and Rotterdam.
2. Federal Express package service at strongly discounted rates
3. American Airlines counter-to-counter service from Miami to Aruba and Curacao.
4. Air Cargo service to Aruba and Curacao at discounted rates.
5. Hazardous cargo shipping by ocean to Aruba and Curacao
6. Vehicle shipping from South Florida ports to the Caribbean, Central and South
America, and Europe.