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Seeking USVI partner for new online shopping business

TortolaExpress
March 16, 2017 11:40AM

Registered: 3 years ago
Posts: 2



Hi Everyone,

I've read in these forums about some difficulties getting mainland products shipped to the USVI. I own a company in the BVI called TortolaExpress that is a partner with Aeropost in Miami. We specialize in getting stuff from US retailers to gateways all over the Caribbean, Central and South America.

We're even now including fully landed prices and free returns to take away all the risk of shopping online. You can even pay us cash and we buy the item from the US store. .

We're looking for a good partner to expand to the USVI. Anybody out there interested or knows anyone that may be? We're looking for a customer-centric partner who has experience importing goods into the USVI. Could be a standalone business or an addon to an existing one.

Hope to hear from you to create more choices for USVI residents.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/16/2017 11:41AM by TortolaExpress.

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