Air India re-signs Fraport Cargo Services

AIR India has re-signed Fraport Cargo Services (FCS) to handle its cargo at Frankfurt Airport.

“Air India has set up strict requirements for the future handling supplier. Quality criteria, location factors and the price-performance-ratio were reviewed in detail during the tender process. FCS could offer the best package and hence succeeded in the bidding process,” said Wolfgang Scholinz, cargo manager of Air India for Germany.

Winfried Hartmann, managing director of FCS said: “Air India is a customer with a high potential for growth. In the last years we could contribute to its positive development at Frankfurt and we are looking forward to continuing this cooperation together in future.”

L-R top Hans-Georg Emmert, head of sales and mktg FCS, Anne Smirr, senior mgr sales FCS, L-R bottom Winfried Hartmann, md FCS and Wolfgang Scholinz cargo mgr of Air India for Germany.

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