Chapman Freeborn and Swiss WorldCargo’s courier deal

CHAPMAN Freeborn Airchartering and Swiss WorldCargo have agreed a new partnership for delivering time-critical shipments. 
It means that the global aircraft charter specialist is supporting Swiss WorldCargo with all hand-carry requirements through its worldwide office network.               
Already an acknowledged global leader for care-intensive cargo services, the agreement will allow Swiss WorldCargo to expand its specialised service portfolio and offer solutions for hand-carry courier shipments worldwide.                            
The service will offer Swiss’ clients a premium solution for urgent shipments and the ability to monitor the progress of their cargo at any time by using an online tracking system provided by Chapman Freeborn, say a company statement.                       
Chapman Freeborn will benefit by working closely with one of the market’s leading airlines which has a network of some 120 destinations in more than 80 countries served by a fleet of 85 aircraft including A319s, A320s, A321s, A330-300s and A340s.        
The agreement follows the launch of a strategic cooperation between the two companies in July last year. 
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