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         Founder of this company Linas was working for the Lithuanian export company, who was in business for over 10 years. He was in charge of all paperwork and customer problems troubleshooting. Because of his ability fluently speak in 4 languages- he could solve any customer problem in USA or overseas in a minute. After the dollar dropped and export in USA increased, he decided it is time to open his own company and learn his fifth language. Company was opened in Chicago, USA 2004-and he start learning Spanish. After few days of research we picked company's name-' AAAAutoExport, Inc.'. From there he is been very successful by providing outstanding customer service to his clients not only in Lithuania, but in Eastern Europe, Middle East, South and Central America, Russia,Africa and other countries. Company has its representatives in more cities then we can list in one piece of paper... Our fast expanding car Export company was looking for more partners not only in Eastern Europe, but in the Whole Wide World. In 2009, we made some changes due to economy, car industry collapse and "AAA" litigation.  AAAutoExport Inc was born after reaching a settlement with the American Automobile Association, which asserted trademark rights in the use of "AAA" in relation to automobile services. So at the end of 2009 AAAAutoExport, Inc - company for car shipping was closed. New Era Began in heavy equipment export and  AAAutoExport, Inc was born with perfect timing. After all, we create company success with our hard work and market research, not other way around. Our customers are mostly out of country people, they did not care how many A'-we got in our name, as long as we did great job on making them happy! We got more reliable customers with new company name and new market , then car export company ever before. Heavy equipment proved to be better market to do business. Also, after watching James Bond movie, anything double is easier to remember and make connection to. So we are very happy with our smart decision to make changes -saved us money, brought us new market and new customers and got us more memorable name!

To accommodate our Heavy Equipment&  Machinery customers needs we have warehouses in following cities:

Chicago(Headquarters), NY&NJ, Boston,Tacoma(Seattle), Houston, Los Angeles, Jacksonville, Norfolk and coming soon Miami and Baltimore. .

And in 2010 we have added 2 traveling teams, who travels and dismantles all machines at the remote locations in US and Europe. Currently we have team traveling in France, Italy and Spain and packing Machinery at custom locations.

We Do What Others Can't Do!


Look forward doing business with you!

Sincerely yours Linas Kevlicius

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                     Chilean Agriculture and Livestock Dept (SAG)

Please be advised that the Chilean Agriculture and LivestockDepartment (SAG),has detected the insect HALYOMORPHA HALYS in some import shipments.
       As a consequence, the Chilean Government has decreed a phytosanitary emergency provision
requiring that all shipments of second-hand goods coming from the United States, China, Korea,
Japan and Taiwan
must have an original phytosanitary treatment certificate (applied at origin),
which must be presented to an SAG Inspector at the Chilean port of entry.

The certificate must contain the following information:

1. Name of the company that performed the treatment
2. Name and address of the exporting company
3. Date at which the treatment was carried out, with a maximum of 5 days prior to loading.
4. Information of the treated article; type of product and amount/quantity
5. Treatment to which it was subject to, indicating the product applied, dose, minimum
temperature of the process and exposure time

     Any shipment which fails to meet these requirements, or is found to contain pests, may be
rejected by the Chilean authorities and returned to origin at the merchant’s cost and risk.