ULD management specialist CHEP Aerospace Solutions has signed a five-year agreement with Hawaiian Airlines.
CHEP will provide the carrier with containers and pallets, as well as implement a conversion programme to fuel-saving and more environmentally-friendly lightweight containers.
Tim Strauss, managing director of cargo sales and service at Hawaiian Airlines, comments: "As we expand our operations with a growing fleet of aircraft and additional destinations, we also value the flexibility of being able to adjust ULD stock levels on a monthly basis. The supply and management of ULDs by CHEP Aerospace Solutions will further reduce costs and increase efficiencies.”
Dr Ludwig Bertsch, president of CHEP adds: “Our maintenance and repair station in Honolulu, in addition to other facilities within our global network, will further reduce the total cost of ownership of ULDs for Hawaiian Airlines."
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