Avianca Cargo signs up with Jettainer

By Damian Brett

Thomas Sonntag, Jettainer, and Juan Cruz Correa, Avianca Cargo. Source: Jettainer

Avianca Cargo has entered into a five-year agreement with Jettainer covering pallet management and maintenance.

The deal will see Jettainer provide Avianca Cargo with all required pallets necessary for its fleet.

“The global ULD leader will completely manage, maintain, and repair all units with a dedicated team out of Dallas, Texas,” Jettainer said.

Juan Cruz Correa, chief operating officer at Avianca Cargo, said: “In Avianca Cargo, we are committed to continually strengthening our operation.

“We are focused on efficiency, providing our customers with reliable, agile, and synchronized operations. Having Jettainer as a partner reaffirms our dedication to deliver the best service to our customers within the industry’s highest standards.”

Shailendar Kothari, managing director at Jettainer Americas Inc, added: “We are happy to add Avianca Cargo to our roster of customers. Our goal is to achieve additional growth in the Americas and to further expand our position as market leader by offering outstanding service and deploying our innovative solutions.”

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