Moscow, 12 January 2010 – Network Cargo Systems Intl. Inc. has been named General Sales & Service Agent (GSSA) for AirBridgeCargo Airlines for USA and Canada
Network Cargo Systems was founded in 1992 and now has offices in New York, Atlanta, Houston, Orlando, Denver, Los Angeles and Chicago in the USA and Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver in Canada. With Offices throughout the Caribbean and Mexico also. The company, with their respective head offices in New York in the USA and Toronto in Canada, represents a number of key players serving the South Pacific, Europe, Asia, The Middle East and the Caribbean. AirBridgeCargo Airlines adds to our Portfolio of excellent Carriers that we represent in our offices around the world.
”As a result of the cooperation agreement with AirBridgeCargo, we are able to offer our customers reliable services to the Russian market with its strong economic growth. We can provide an excellent product using the non-stop cargo flights operated by AirBridgeCargo to Moscow Sheremetyevo and services in domestic Russia as well as excellent timings to Central Asia. The growth of AirBridgeCargo and the network it now has in place is top notch and with good reason”, says Howard Jones, President of NCS. “We look forward to a smooth transition and re-launch of the product (AirBridge Cargo) in North America. The emphasis will be placed on offering an excellent product at a competitive price with superior Customer Service. Making the Freight Forwarding Industry feel at ease in dealing with AirBridge Cargo will be our focus as they need fast response times to quotes, updated information on bookings, uplift information, post flights and accurate information on what is happening in regards to rules and regulations in the Russian Markets. We know we have a big job ahead in 2010 and beyond but we are very confident that we will succeed and surpass all expectations set out.”
The Emea team with Ludwig Hamburger, Middle East & Africa Regional Director (EMEA) is also convinced: “We have access to a tried and tested international network in the shape of Network Cargo Systems. We believe that this cooperation will enable us to increase load factors on our Russian & Central Asia routes to an even greater degree. Key to success is the set up of very short communication lines we have to ensure that this operation is customer centric and meet ongoing expectations.”
Neil Nagarkar, Business Development Director EMEA from ABC added “This sales and operational policy having being executed in Europe for the last 18 months has rewarded us in high market shares to our main destinations and we wish to replicate this formula in North America and Canada through the carefully selected resources of NCS.”
AirBridge Cargo Airlines Executive President, Tatyana Arslanova states “The US and Canada we are now preparing as part of our growth plan that has been executed since 1st quarter 2009. Our commitment in network development is to our customers in a consistent product being developed with full transparency.”
Cargo can be Tracked and Traced at www.airbridgecargo.com or www.ncs.ca Toll free for North America 1-888-942-2746.
About the company
AirBridgeCargo (ABC) is the first Russian all-cargo airline to operate scheduled Boeing 747 freighter services on Europe–Russia–Asia routes. Established in 2003 as a specialist division of Volga-Dnepr Group, ABC now serves primary destinations in Europe (Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Maastricht, Milan) and Asia (Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo). The company also operates ad-hoc charter flights.
Its fleet comprises seven Boeing 747 freighters, notably two B747-200F's, one B747-300F and four new B747-400ERF's. The company's fleet expansion plans include the addition of Boeing's new generation B747-8F long-range freighters.