Welcome to Aviation Business Limited

Aviation Business Limited, fondly refered to as ABL, was established in July 2000.

Our thinking and eventual formation were shaped by, firstly, in-depth knowledge of our local logistics industry. Secondly, identifying a specific void in the marketplace. Thirdly, obtaining favourable feedback from key importers whose views we solicited. Lastly, the profit motive.

Consequently, we balanced our enthusiasm with facts and achievable estimates and embarked upon strategic cargo and risk management initiatives. This included converting a vacated passenger terminal into a game changing cargo warehouse.

Interestingly, though our name and emblem symbolise that aviation is our core business; given increased customer demand, our cyclical industry and the prospect of new incomes, we readily embraced seamless cold chain and ocean LCL cargo handling.

ABL continues to be an innovative facilitator in the supply chain, and more importantly, we are committed to giving customers what they need; as opposed to what we assume they need.

It is noteworthy that during 2018 ABL handled 1,629 flights and 6,412 tonnes of cargo.

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Tracking Services

Has your shipment been sitting at our warehouse for a while? Let's check that for you.
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Cold storage

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Frequently Asked Questions

Abbreviated as AWB, The air waybill is the most important document issued by a carrier either directly or through its authorised agent. It is a non-negotiable transport document. It covers transport of cargo from airport to airport.
Customs & Excise requires that you produce: a picture Identification Card; or a letter authorising you to transact business on behalf of the owner along with a copy of the picture Identification Card of the owner and your picture Identification Card.
Sometimes abbreviated as B/L or BoL, a Bill of Lading is a document issued by a carrier which details a shipment of merchandise and gives title of that shipment to a specified party.
In the event that the person with the title cannot go to clear the barrel through Customs, he or she must give a signed letter of authorization to the person chosen to complete the task together with a copy of a picture form of Identification. A fee may be required for this service.
In carrying out this activity, one has to be mindful that different organizations play significant roles in the process and they are separate and apart from the Customs & Excise Division. Shipping agents are responsible for transporting the barrel from the foreign country to Trinidad & Tobago. They will inform you when the barrel has arrived in the country and they will furnish you with two (2) documents for presentation to the Customs & Excise Division, a Bill of Lading and a Bill of Sight.