Menzies to handle ABC Amsterdam cargo

MENZIES Aviation has signed a five-year contract with AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) to handle its cargo at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (the Netherlands).

The new contract, which will begin on 5 October, covers ramp and cargo-handling services.

ABC operates 12 scheduled 747 freighter flights a week from Schiphol, processing around 70,000 metric tonnes of cargo a year.

Menzies Aviation will provide a larger facility for ABC at Schiphol, Ludwig Hamburger, vice-president and regional director EMEA at ABC, said.

Menzies Aviation is a fully owned subsidiary of John Menzies, a provider of passenger, ramp and cargo-handling services.

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