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New Agreement Signed Between Qatar Airways Cargo and Expo Freight Logistics

Award-winning carrier Qatar Airways Cargo[1] has recently signed a partnership agreement with Expo Freight Logistics[2] to provide weekly scheduled charter services further enhancing their ongoing partnership. Qatar Airways Cargo now provides dedicated Boeing 777 freighter service for Expo Freight Logistics one time a week to New York from Dhaka carrying more than 100 tonnes of cargo on each flight. The service began on May 13th and will run for one year.

Founder & Chairman of EFL, Mr. Hanif Yusoof said about the new agreement, “We are pleased to announce this new service from Dhaka for our USA customers. Bangladesh has been a very attractive sourcing market for retailers and the development of better and faster supply chain solutions will further strengthen its reputation in the region.

I would like to thank the team at Qatar Airways Cargo for their continued support and we look forward to developing more customized solutions for our key customers.” Mr. Guillaume Halleux Chief Officer Cargo for Qatar Airways said, “We are proud of our partnership with EFL and appreciate this long-term relationship, which demonstrates the trust placed by EFL in our services.

Our expertise in freight charters enables us to customize our connectivity and services for our customers to most of the airports in the world.

Utilizing our renowned QR Charter service, we are able to offer tailor-made cargo solutions to our business partners.”

The Dhaka to New York service will mainly consist of apparel cargo such as sportswear, lingerie, loungewear, bridal wear, workwear, swimwear and children’s wear, destined for major retailers in New York City.


Previous Article[3]

Lufthansa Group Sign Order With Boeing for Four 777 Aircraft[4]


References

  1. ^ Qatar Airways Cargo (www.qrcargo.com)
  2. ^ Expo Freight Logistics (expofreight.com)
  3. ^ Previous Article (airfreight-logistics.com)
  4. ^ Lufthansa Group Sign Order With Boeing for Four 777 Aircraft (airfreight-logistics.com)



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