The right temperature.

At Bevo Flores, we recognize the utmost importance of preserving the freshness and quality of perishable cargo. From delicate flowers to pharmaceuticals, maintaining the optimal temperature is crucial.

Our team is equipped with the expertise and resources to ensure that your perishable goods remain at the perfect temperature throughout their journey. With state-of-the-art temperature-controlled airfreight solutions, we guarantee the safe and seamless delivery of your cargo.

Rest assured that whether you’re shipping small parcels or substantial freight, our focus remains unwavering on meeting your specific temperature requirements. At Bevo Flores, we take pride in our commitment to reliability and excellence, ensuring that your perishable cargo arrives at its destination fresh and intact.

Experience the difference with Bevo Flores airfreight. Trust us to handle your perishable cargo with care and precision, delivering peace of mind along with your goods. Welcome to a new standard of perishable shipping solutions – welcome to Bevo Flores.


The global market for exported fresh flowers has experienced significant growth. These flowers, along with cut foliage, are packaged as individual bunches or arranged into bouquets and compositions, primarily targeting major markets like North America, Japan, and the European Union. The rising export value of fresh flowers has spurred substantial increases in production across numerous developing nations.


Global trade of fresh produce has surged, driven by the significance of these items in our diets. They enrich our daily meals with diversity, taste, and visual allure while fulfilling crucial nutritional needs. Moreover, their nutritional value is advantageous, providing abundant vitamins and minerals while containing minimal calories and fats.


Fish and marine delicacies encompass a vast array of species. In global trade, demersal fish, pelagic fish, freshwater fish, shellfish, and various mollusks or crustaceans are exchanged between nations. These commodities arrive at markets in diverse states, including “fresh whole,” frozen (whole or segmented), dehydrated, preserved in pickling or salting processes, and in prepared cuts (like fillets or steaks), as well as “live” specimens.


Meat or meat products may come in fresh, frozen, or chilled states. Nonetheless, a significant portion of meat products is typically transported while fresh or chilled. It is imperative to maintain cold conditions throughout the entire distribution process to ensure their quality and safety.