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Air Freight 

Air cargo contributes by carrying important shipments all over the world and facilitates the supply chain of so many industry.

Air cargo means fast shipping, on time departure and arrival, secure with low risk, less storage and trackable.

We provide air freight services to and from all major airports globally. With comprehensive services from packing, loading, accumulating and organizing related activities to move your air cargo to destination safe and sound.

Type of the cargo

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General Cargo

General Dry Cargo Shipping Dry goods are any items which do not contain liquid, such as textiles, retail or consumer goods, machinery and hardware, electronics, etc.

Perishable Cargo

Perishable cargo is the goods that will likely deteriorate if exposed to adverse temperature, humidity or left out over an extended period of time. Examples of perishable cargo include but are not limited to: chocolate, dairy products, fish, flowers, foodstuffs, frozen products, fruits & vegetables, hatching eggs, meat, plant material, serum, and vaccines.

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Dangerous Cargo

Dangerous goods (DG) are substances that when transported are a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. Certain dangerous goods that pose risks even when not being transported are known as hazardous materials. Hazardous materials are often subject to chemical regulations. Identifying dangerous goods is the first step to reduce the risks posed by the product with proper packaging, communication, handling, and stowage.

Pharmaceutical Cargo

To fly pharmaceuticals to where they need to go there are strict processes in place to maintain the cold chain of the product. 
If mishandled, the intactness of these products can be compromised by temperature changes during transportation. With the pharmaceutical industry moving over one trillion dollars worth of cargo every year, upholding a shipment’s quality requires specific equipment, storage facilities, harmonized handling procedures and, above all, strong cooperation among the cold chain partners.

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