CHEP Aerospace Solutions is to support CargoLogicAir’s ambitious growth plans having signed a unit load device (ULD) management agreement with the new British airline.
The ULD management company will cater for the increasing number of units needed and stations covered over the new few years. CargoLogicAir, based at London’s Stansted Airport, operated its first charter flight in February with a Boeing 747-400 Freighter. It will take delivery of a second 747F in July 2016 and expects to have five by April 2018.
CargoLogicAir director of ground operations, Gary Lewis says: “As a new carrier with plans to become one of Europe’s leading cargo airlines, we need a trusted ULD partner that can ensure both product and service quality to enable us to meet customers’ expectations and focus on growing our business.”
“We are confident that in CHEP we have chosen a partner that can meet all of our expectations.”
CHEP Aerospace Solutions president, Dr Ludwig Bertsch says: “We believe CargoLogicAir has a very bright future and with customer satisfaction, high quality of service and sustainable growth at the top of their agenda, they align perfectly with our own business philosophy.”
“We are pleased to be able to support this ambitious new airline and look forward to a long and growing business relationship.”