UPS Canada renews Cargojet agreement

Cargojet has entered into a new air cargo service agreement with United Parcel Service (UPS) Canada.
It replaces the original 2003 agreement for the Canada-based freighter operator to provide domestic overnight air cargo services throughout Canada for the US-based express parcel and logistics giant. 
The initial term of the agreement is for a ten-year period with two, three-year renewal options.
Cargojet president and chief executive Ajay Virmani said: “Cargojet will continue to provide highly reliable and cost-effective overnight air cargo services to UPS.” 
UPS Canada president Michael Tierney said: "Cargojet has a proven track record of outstanding performance and world class service. UPS is pleased to extend this agreement through the next 10 years." 

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