ACL Airshop is continuing to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific region by investing in a full ULD repair station at its existing operations in Hong Kong.
The company has grown from a single station in Hong Kong to 14 stations in the region including a ULD repair station at Tokyo’s Narita Airport and has moved into Delhi, India with a local partner.
It says ACL will continue expanding geographically to keep pace with rising industry trends, and invest for growth in each of its lines of business.
ACL Airshop Asia-Pacific regional managing director, Pieter van Calcar says: “We listen carefully to Customer signals about where and how to grow. Expansion in this region follows the burgeoning market trends here, boosted even further by e-Commerce.”
ACL Airshop chairman and chief executive officer, Steve Townes says: “Our network power is amplified by our investments in technology. This helps ACL Airshop be an even better partner for cargo control products to the over the 200 worldwide airlines we serve. Growth in the Asia-Pacific region is a strategic imperative for us.”
The company also plans further service enhancements including low energy Bluetooth real-time tracking, an expanded Global Operations Centre in Amsterdam and ULD Control logistics management programmes.