Swiss WorldCargo signs up for seven more years with Cargologic

By Damian Brett

Swiss WorldCargo has extended its deal with cargo handler Cargologic at Zurich airport for another seven years.

The deal will see Swiss WorldCargo continue to use Cargologic’s airfreight handling competencies at its hub in Zurich, where Cargologic will maintain its position as dedicated ground handler.

According to Swiss WorldCargo’s head of quality and services Christian Wyss said: “We can depend on Cargologic as a professional partner delivering a premium service. Together, we offer our customers fast, efficient and reliable services. Needless to say, we jointly ensure that consignments arrive as per our promise to our customers.”

Marco Gredig, managing director of Cargologic, added: “The long-term continuation of this proven partnership is extremely important to us. It is a clear reaffirmation of the Zurich Airport location and makes a substantial contribution to its future growth.”

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