cargo-partner launches Western Europe–Asia consolidation services

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Austria-based international logistics specialist cargo-partner has introduced new airfreight consolidations between Western Europe and Asia.

The weekly services link major airports in Austria, Germany, the UK, Sweden and the Netherlands with Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Shanghai, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore.

They include pre-carriage from anywhere in Western Europe as well as onward delivery throughout India, China and Thailand, using cargo-partner’s own trucking services and its warehouses in Bangkok, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kunshan, Shenzhen, Yantian and Guangzhou (the latter having opened just recently) to create door-to-door solutions.

Jo Feiks, corporate director product management air cargo, said: “As air freight peak season is about to take off in the coming weeks, we’ve launched new air cargo connections between Western Europe and Asia to give our customers more flexibility and provide reliable freight capacities at competitive rates.

“Consol solutions are the clear winner when it comes to cost-effective shipping, while still benefiting from the speed of air freight and the reliability of fixed weekly departures.

“The weekly air consol services are especially popular with our customers from the electronics, automotive, fashion and retail sectors, who benefit from this solution to find the optimal mix between speed and cost for their shipments.”

In May, it was confirmed that cargo-partner would be sold to Japanese global logistics services company Nippon Express.

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