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Aeropost Closes Bahamas Operations

Aeropost has announced the closure of its operations in the Bahamas.

The decision, described as difficult yet necessary, marks the end of an era for the company's thousands of Bahamian customers.

"After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to close our operations in the Bahamas," stated Aeropost in a formal statement. "We are grateful for the opportunity to have served thousands of customers in the Bahamas, fulfilling their shopping and cross-border needs over the past years."

Key dates have been provided for customers to manage the transition smoothly:

All packages arriving at Aeropost's Miami warehouse by June 14 will be processed for shipping to the Bahamas and made available for pickup at the main warehouse located at 106 University Drive, Thompson Blvd.

Orders arriving after June 14th will no longer be processed for delivery to the Bahamas.

For orders arriving in Miami after June 14th, customers will have until June 28th to request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) from the seller.

Aeropost said it will facilitate the return process for these items. After June 28th, any unclaimed items will be considered abandoned and subject to disposal.

While acknowledging the inconvenience this decision may cause, Aeropost assured customers that its customer service team stands ready to address any questions or concerns during this transition period.

Sebas Bastian, business mogul acquired Aeropost in 2021.

Last year, he announced the company's recent strategic shifts. "Since the acquisition, we have conducted a lot of internal housekeeping within the organization," Bastian remarked.

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