Two more B737F converts for China’s SF Airlines

PEMCO World Air Services has redelivered two B737-300Fs to China’s SF Airlines (SFA), the air cargo division of Shenzhen-based logistics specialist SF Express, a leading courier in China.
US-based Pemco has now completed nine B737-300/400 freighter conversion projects for SFA.
The latest Pemco freighters to join SFA’s growing freighter fleet were converted by Pemco’s longtime sector partner – Staeco in Jinan Shandong, China.
Pemco and Staeco have partnered on more than 50 Boeing B737-300 and B737-400 freighter modification projects since 2006.
“We are honoured to be SF Airlines’ B737 freighter provider of choice,” said Pastor Lopez, Pemco chief executive, adding: “Freighter demand within the Peoples Republic of China and adjacent economies will continue to grow rapidly, in part due to SF Airlines and SF Express network build-out.”
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