Fiji Airways renews ULD contract with CHEP

Fiji Airways has renewed its ULD management contract with CHEP Aerospace Solutions as it looks to increase its use of lightweight containers.
As part of the new contract, CHEP will introduce new lightweight containers from its 80,000 pool of assets to support Fiji Airways in reducing fuel costs and lowering their CO2 emissions and help towards their sustainability targets.
Fiji Airways general manager for freight Watson Seeto said: "Our outsourcing agreement with CHEP has returned the expected benefits of reduced costs and improved efficiencies and we are pleased to continue to entrust our ULD supply and management requirements to CHEP.
"As we would like to equip our fleet of modern aircraft with lightweight containers, we value the benefits of utilising a common pool of fuel-efficient composite units."

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