Hactl welcomes Juneyao Airlines

HONG Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited announced that Juneyao Airlines has appointed Hactl as its cargo ground handler at Hong Kong International Airport to support its new service between Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Juneyao Airlines, has chosen Hong Kong as its first international destination. Appointed by Juneyao, Hactl is to provide physical cargo handling and air cargo documentation services to its newly launched international flight between Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Lilian Chan (right), general manager, marketing and customer service of Hactl, said: “We would like to express our heartfelt congratulations to Juneyao Airlines starting its international business with Hong Kong as the first stop. We are very delighted to be appointed as Juneyao’s service provider. The addition of Juneyao Airlines not only expands our airline customer base, but also represents another significant attainment towards reaffirming Hactl’s position as the preferred market leader in the industry. Hactl is committed to providing the best quality cargo handling services to Juneyao Airlines, supporting the carrier’s business growth in Hong Kong.”

Hua Yang, general manager, cargo department of Juneyao, said: “Of strategic importance to Juneyao, we are very happy to have Hactl as our partner for the provision of air cargo terminal operations. Hactl has excellent reputation in premier service with particular emphasis on safety, security and efficiency. We are confident that Hactl, the world-class cargo terminal operator in Hong Kong with reliable and quality service, will add value to our business and support our future expansion.”
 

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