Turkish Cargo continues to show strength and growth in the European market
ISTANBUL: Turkish Cargo continues to show its growing strength and presence in the European market, Hungary in particular, where it was ranked first by the International Air Transport Association for carrying 1 out of every 4 cargo shipments for exports that the country processed in April.
Turkey’s national airfreight said IATA’s statistics highlights trust to the company’s commitment to safely and efficiently deliver all kinds of products across continents at cost-effective rates.
Serving 127 countries, Turkish Cargo also surpassed many of its strong competitors and ranked 2nd in Switzerland cargo exports with 1668 tons carried in May 2021, according to IATA statistics.
“As the world’s fastest growing air cargo brand, we continue to add value to the European market with our contributions to the worldwide supply chain. We aim to reach every part of the world by increasing our success day by day,” said Turkish Cargo’s Chief Cargo Officer Turhan Özen.
“We are committed to maintain our critical role when it comes to increasing the competitive power of global trade not only with the transportation we carry out, but also by opening areas, contributing to the development of sectors, and creating a large logistics ecosystem. With these achievements, we are progressing rapidly in our goal of becoming one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world by 2023,” he added.
Connecting continents, Turkish Cargo, with its cargo flight network consisting of 96 direct cargo destinations, has the world’s largest direct cargo flight network, excluding express carriers.
It continues to carry out global business processes with the fleet of 371 aircraft including 25 dedicated freighters. Achieving sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and expert teams in the field, Turkish Cargo aims to be one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world.