Brussels Cargo

BRUSSELS Cargo, has launched a new Daylight Courier service to major cities across Europe.

The new service will be marketed by the airline’s cargo GSA, Globe Air Cargo, part of European Cargo Services (ECS) to and from Brussels. It initially serves launch destinations of Athens, Barcelona, Lisbon, Nice, Madrid and Warsaw carrying shipments containing pieces of up to 32 kilos each.

Guy Hardy, head of cargo sales at Brussels Airlines, said: “The frequency and reliability of our services in Europe make this a viable new product for courier, express and freight forwarding companies. With standard acceptance times of 60 minutes before departure and fast clearance on arrival at destination, we expect to attract good customer support, particularly for shipments of spare parts and medical/healthcare products.”

Globe Air Cargo has set up a dedicated team for the new Daylight Courier product in Brussels.

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