Laparkan introduces air cargo service to St. Lucia

Laparkan introduces air cargo service to St. Lucia
Wesley Kirton, Corporate Manager of Marketing and External Relations, and Dawn Plummer, Marketing and Business Development Manager for Laparkan Shipping.
Photo by Kevin Bollers

Laparkan has announced introduction of its air cargo service to St. Lucia and door to door service to Tobago.

The Caribbean shipping company says it now offers door to door service from the United States to Tobago via customs clearance at three ports of entry in Trinidad.

Laparkan’s Corporate Marketing and External Relations Manager Wesley Kirton told reporters at a press briefing that St. Lucians can now take advantage of the company’s competitively priced flat rate boxes by air to St. Lucia. He said that there are three sizes of flat rate boxes which hold up to 20, 40 and 60 pounds respectively.

“We have also now introduced door to door service to Tobago via Trinidad in response to requests from many of our customers for this service. We now offer delivery to customers’ doors in any part of Tobago including Scarborough, Mason Hall, Moriah, Charlotteville and Speyside,” Kirton disclosed.

He also disclosed that Laparkan recently introduced its Internet Shopping and express shipping service – ANPAK- to Antigua.

“The introduction of these new services is in response to demands from our customers and serves as testimony to the fact that Laparkan is a strong brand in both the Caribbean Diaspora and the region itself and that after 32 years in business we continue to adapt to the constantly changing trends and demands in global logistics,” the marketing executive said.

Kirton also stressed that Laparkan remains a good corporate citizen through its support for a range of activities including the preservation and promotion of Caribbean culture, sport, education, health and youth development, among others.

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