UPS statement on pan-African airline

United Parcel Service has issued a statement regarding African press reports that it is to launch a Tunisia-based pan-African airline with its local Tunisian partner, Express Logistics. 
In a statement to Air Cargo News, UPS said: “Contrary to recent media reports, UPS has not currently partnered with Express Logistics in Tunisia to create a new air company carrier. 
“UPS is currently engaged with Express Logistics to provide common carriage service into Africa via the Express Air Logistics network. 
“UPS regularly evaluates new routes and service offerings, based on customer demand and market opportunities and communicate these new capabilities to customers when appropriate.”

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