CHEP Aerospace Solutions and Cargolux have renewed their unit load device (ULD) management contract to run until 2020.
The companies signed the contract at the International Air Transport Association World Cargo Symposium at the Intercontinental Hotel in Berlin on 16 March. It was signed by Cargolux director of global logistics services, Franco Nanna and CHEP president, Dr Ludwig Bertsch, at CHEP’s stand at the show. The companies started working together in 2009, and Cargolux uses over 12,000 ULDs, which will increase to 17,000 in the coming years.
Nanna says: “In the past seven years, our airline has grown significantly, and during our partnership, CHEP has always proven its ability to flexibly adjust our monthly ULD stock in line with our cargo demand.”
Bertsch says: “We are very proud that we have extended our partnership with one of Europe’s largest and most renowned airlines, and from next year, also look forward to supplying ULDs for the entire Cargolux Group’s flights.”