time:matters becomes Lufthansa Cargo premium partner

Lars Krosch. Source: time:matters

German logistics company time:matters has been appointed a premium partner of its parent company Lufthansa Cargo.

The partner programme involves regular monitoring of business development and the potential for joint growth. Additionally, various joint innovative initiatives are developed within the programme that aim to create added value for customers.

One example of this is the area of sustainability. The partners work closely together along the logistics supply chain to make a positive contribution to important challenges.

Founded in 2002, time-critical emergency transports and supply chain solution specialist time:matters had a total tonnage of more than 5,000 tons last year.

The business focuses on industries including aviation and aerospace, medical technology, cell and gene therapy, the semiconductor industry and automotive. 

The company relies on modern air cargo technologies and an extensive network, including that of Lufthansa Cargo. 

“With Lufthansa Cargo, we have a strong partner at our side for the global transportation of air freight, with whom we can continue to expand our business in the future. Both companies have a strong focus on quality and speed. This allows us to build on each other’s expertise to offer our customers high-performance and efficient solutions,” said Lars Krosch, chief operating officer at time:matters.

“The premium partner status is an important success of our growth strategy and enables us to further strengthen our competitiveness in the markets. Lufthansa Cargo’s network gives us worldwide access to these markets for our customers,” added Bernhard zur Strassen, chief executive at time:matters.

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