TFI Holdings renews overnight air cargo deal with Cargojet

Logistics company owner TFI Holdings has renewed its overnight air cargo contract with Cargojet Airways for a further three years.
The new multi-year contract, which includes two one-year renewal options, will see Canada-based Cargojet provide TFI, through its TransForce parent, access to its domestic overnight network between fourteen major cities across Canada each business night.
The companies that Cargojet will provide services for include Loomis Express; Information Communication Services and TF Integrated Solutions.
"Cargojet is a very pleased to solidify and continue our long-standing relationship with the TransForce group of companies," said Cargojet chief executive and president Ajay Virmani.
"We are looking forward to providing highly reliable air cargo service and to adding-value to TransForce as it continues to grow its business across Canada.”

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