Caribbean Airlines Cargo Transports ROV Using the Airline’s All Cargo Freighter

Author  Dionne Ligoure

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. – Caribbean Airlines Cargo recently teamed up with RAMPS Logistics to ship a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) using the airline’s All Cargo Freighter. ROV’s are underwater vehicles that are used in the Oil and Gas Industry for deep water exploration and development projects.

rampsROV’s relay data and visual information to rig personnel to provide support for drilling and subsea construction. The Oil and Gas industry requires, safe, reliable and cost effective delivery at all times and Caribbean Airlines Cargo is able to successfully provide this service.

RAMPS Logistics is a leading provider of logistics solutions across Latin America and the Caribbean. The company has over 30-year experience in the industry and currently manages some of the most advanced supply chains in the world. RAMPS  has offices in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Miami and Houston, and are capable of providing full-service logistics solutions across the globe.

According to RAMPS Operations Director – Mr. Rudy Rampersad “This shipment was extremely time sensitive, and Caribbean Airlines Cargo provided us with the solution to get it to its destination and ultimately enabled us to fulfil our client’s needs efficiently with cost savings”

Caribbean Airlines Cargo offers swift, reliable delivery to destinations worldwide, through its All Cargo Freighter and expansive interline agreements which facilitate priority shipping around the globe. Caribbean Airlines Cargo effectively supports the Oil and Gas industry and is experienced in shipping time sensitive machinery and parts.cargo

ABOUT CARIBBEAN AIRLINES

Caribbean Airlines is an authentic Caribbean airline which provides a genuine Caribbean experience on all its services. The airline’s professional teams offer the warmth of the islands both on and off the aircraft. Caribbean Airlines operates more than 600 weekly flights to 20 destinations in the Caribbean and North and South America. The airline’s fleet is comprised of Boeing 737-800 and ATR72-600 aircraft. Jointly owned by the people of Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica, headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, and with an operational base in Jamaica, Caribbean Airlines employs more than 1600 people. The airline is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and is recognized as an IATA Operational Safety Audit qualified airline. It is a certified FAA repair station as per regulation 145. For more information on Caribbean Airlines, visit www.caribbean-airlines.com. Follow Caribbean Airlines on Facebook: www.facebook.com/caribbeanairlines and on Twitter @iflycaribbean

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