Cargojet and UPS Canada renew air cargo agreement

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Canadian cargo airline Cargojet has renewed and extended its Air Cargo Services Agreement with United Parcel Service (UPS) Canada for an additional five-year term. 

The current agreement was due to expire on July 1 2025 and the new agreement is extended to December 31 2030.

Cargojet continues to provide a Canada-wide air cargo service for UPS, while Cargojet’s domestic overnight network provides additional capacity and long-term stability to UPS, said Cargojet.

Ajay Virmani, chief executive of Cargojet, commented: “Cargojet is extremely pleased to have successfully renewed the domestic Air Cargo Services Agreement with UPS Canada. 

“Cargojet has been the exclusive provider of time-sensitive domestic overnight air cargo services to UPS Canada since 2003. 

“We will continue to provide the most cost-effective, best on-time performance as well as a scalable solution to UPS.

“The renewal of the agreement is a testament to the committed, hardworking, and dedicated team of professionals at Cargojet. 

“Cargojet continues to value our partnership with UPS will work together to provide Canadians with world-class and flexible air cargo services in today’s changing business environment.”

For the three months ending September 30, Cargojet recorded total revenues of C$232.7m, significantly up on the figure of C$189.5m, made in the same quarter of last year.

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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]