Saudia Cargo adds dry ice replenishment service

Saudi Airlines Cargo has launched a dry ice replenishment service which can be provided to clients 48 hours in advance prior to delivery.

Saudia Cargo’s chief commercial officer, Abdulrahman Al-Mubarak, said: “Dry Ice Replenishment service is now available at Jeddah and Riyadh stations for import and transit cargo in the first stage.

“Soon it will be provided to the rest of the stations as well.”

Saudia Cargo, a SkyTeam Cargo alliance member, has a network covering around 900 global destinations in more than 175 countries, with a fleet of freighter bellyhold-capacity on Saudi Arabian Airlines passenger flights.

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