Neutral Air Partner partners with Bridges Worldwide to deliver express solutions

Christos Spyrou, chief executive of Neutral Air Partner

Freight networking group Neutral Air Partner (NAP) is working with Bridges Worldwide to provide international express and courier linehaul solutions.

The strategic partnership between the companies will provide NAP members with a platform of neutral linehaul solutions and block space agreements (BSA) on scheduled freighter services and commercial airlines for express and time-critical freight movements.

NAP chief executive Christos Spyrou said: “Our collaboration will enable NAP partners to enhance their expedited freight and courier products on a global scale, utilising a dynamic freighter network and BSAs, to create a unique and competitive global advantage.”

Bridges Worldwide managing director Paul Brady said: “Bridges Worldwide is delighted to partner with Neutral Air Partners and provide its members with an unrivalled global network for their express linehaul utilising a combination of commercial airlines and regional freighters.

“We remain well positioned as a neutral supplier to offer bespoke services to the NAP members that will benefit them and their customers. It is an exciting opportunity and we look forward to working closely with Christos and the NAP team.”

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