Turkish Cargo expands in Asia-Pacific

TURKISH Cargo is extending its footprint in the Asia-Pacific region after opening new headquarters and appointing a new general sales agent (GSA).

The company launched operations from its new Asia Far East cargo headquarters in Hong Kong (China) in light of increasing business presence in the area.

The headquarters will coordinate sales and marketing to all flight destinations in the region as well as improving service quality and speed.

The carrier has also appointed MCH Holding as GSA for Australia and New Zealand.
MCH Holding will boost marketing and sales activities in the Australasian market.

Turkish Cargo has expanded interline and SPA agreements with the region’s carriers. Cargo will be forwarded to the Australian and New Zealand region in connection with direct flights to and from Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai (all China), Bangkok (Thailand), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Singapore.

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