Air Partner and Worldwide GSA join forces in APAC

Centre of photo: Pierre Van der Stichele, Air Partner; and Maggie Goh, chief executive of Worldwide GSA group

Global aviation services group, Air Partner, has joined forces with Worldwide GSA, a sister company of the Air Logistics Group, to enhance and expand its cargo offering in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

Air Partner said the partnership will allow it to extend its cargo footprint in key APAC countries including Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Australia and Thailand.

By collaborating with Worldwide GSA, Air Partner aims to leverage the regional expertise and established network of the Air Logistics Group, “enabling seamless coordination and operational
support for cargo charters throughout the APAC region”.

Worldwide GSA will act as Air Partner’s first representatives in the region, facilitating increased access to Air Partner’s range of solutions.

As the charter-desk for the Worldwide GSA group in APAC, Air Partner said it will “leverage its expertise and industry-leading capabilities to deliver efficient and tailored cargo charter services to customers across various industries”.

The partnership aligns with Air Partner’s strategy to continue to grow its presence in the region, having recently expanded its office in Dubai as part of its plans to double its workforce in the Middle East.

Commenting on the partnership, Pierre Van Der Stichele, vice president of Air Partner’s global cargo division, said: “Our collaboration with Worldwide GSA will enable us to strengthen our presence in key markets and provide our customers with enhanced access to our solutions.

“With the support of Worldwide GSA, we are confident in delivering seamless logistics solutions to meet the growing demand for air cargo services in the region.”

Maggie Goh, chief executive of Worldwide GSA, said: “At Worldwide GSA, we are committed to delivering exceptional air cargo solutions to our customers. Our partnership with Air Partner aligns perfectly with our mission, enabling us to enhance our offerings and expand our reach in key APAC markets. Together, we will deliver a new standard of excellence and innovation in cargo charter services.”

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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]