Amerijet International, Inc. is gearing up for its U.S. Domestic Freighter Operation by awarding the east and west‐coast road feeder bid to its ITS Logistics. The contract connects nine U.S. cities to Amerijet’s new U.S. Domestic air cargo hubs at Reno‐Tahoe International Airport and Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus utilizing dedicated 53 foot air ride trailers.
Starting July 7th, Amerijet International, Inc. will begin daily B767 freighter operations between its new hubs providing long‐haul air freight service for intercontinental and domestic freight. Dedicated road feeder services between Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Reno on the west coast and Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, Atlanta, Miami and Columbus on the east coast will allow Amerijet to provide its customers with a 1‐2 day service coast to coast.
“The dedicated road feeder service is an integral part of our new domestic air service. It was very important for us to find the right Company to provide our ground transportation. ITS and Amerijet have both built a reputation on service and our company cultures are very much aligned with each other,” said Amerijet’s Pamela Rollins, Sr. VP of Business Development. “Amerijet is confident that the partnership with ITS Logistics will ensure immediate and long‐term benefits to the strategic expansion of the company.”
“ITS Logistics is very excited to partner with a dynamic company like Amerijet and be a part of filling such a void throughout the U.S.,” said Jeff Lynch, President of ITS Logistics. “ITS specializes in time-definite line haul services and this agreement with Amerijet is very complimentary for both companies. ITS will dedicate a pool of 20 drivers and trucks along with 35 trailers to this operation and both companies expect substantial growth as this new service offering expands into other markets.”
SOURCE Amerijet International, Inc.