1GSA adds Korean member to growing network

1GSA – the independent GSA network – has appointed Goodman GLS  as its exclusive member for Korea.
Goodman GLS’ GSSA business was launched in 2014, as part of a group with diverse freight-related interests.
It currently represents Westjet, Cubana, and the Leisure Cargo portfolio of 14 airlines, providing its customers with access to destinations throughout Asia, Europe, Caribbean, Middle East and Africa.
The company offers a full portfolio of GSSA services to airlines, covering sales and marketing, reservations, revenue accounting, load planning, and handling supervision.
It can also manage  import operations where required, provide ground transportation including door-to-door and courier services, and assist airlines with their landing rights applications.
Goodman GLS chief executive H.E. Shin said: “Joining this growing group will enable us to increase our profile internationally, as well as providing our fellow members with a strong presence in the important Korean market.”
Added 1GSA president David Lee: “Korea is an important and growing market, and the addition of Goodman GLS to our network – with both export and import capabilities – provides 1GSA with a significant further enhancement to its airline proposition. We look forward to growing together as we explore and realise mutual opportunities.”
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