Turkish Cargo offers three new shipment services

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: Turkish Cargo

Turkish Cargo has unveiled three new shipment services to offer cost savings and flexibility to its customers.

TK SMART has been developed for general cargo transportation and offers cost-effective advantages for shipments without weight or size limitations.

TK PREMIUM has been designed for critical shipments; shipments requiring a short journey time; shipments with short LAT (Latest acceptance time); and to provide minimum connections and fast delivery.

Shipments within the scope of TK PREMIUM are transported as FAB (Flown as booked) to save time. Having been developed for agents that require high priority, the service also offers a capacity guarantee and high priority in operational processes for shipments up to 300 kg on freighters closed.

TK URGENT offers the fastest solution for urgent shipments and provides the opportunity to transport with capacity guarantee, minimum connection and shortest possible journey time. Shipments with TK URGENT service will be carried as FAB (Flown as booked) and with a 100% money-back guarantee under certain terms and conditions. The dedicated “TK Urgent Team” is accessible on a 24/7 basis and provides follow up from booking to the after-sale process.

Daniel Lloyd Johnson, head of cargo product at Turkish Airlines, said: “As an air cargo carrier at the centre of the rapidly developing logistics ecosystem, Turkish Cargo has been designing its operations based on the requirements of the industry. Within this scope, we are proud to launch three new services in various categories of speed, for an improved level of experience for our customers and business partners all over the world. Thanks to these new services, our customers will be able to reach global markets through Turkish Cargo’s wide flight network much more easily.”

Photo: Turkish Cargo

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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]