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IAG Cargo today announces it has launched its innovative Cargo Connector service in Frankfurt, Germany, the first of its kind in the market. Freight forwarders in Frankfurt can now opt to have IAG Cargo collect and transport shipments, of less than 300 kilos, direct from their premises to the airport at no additional cost.
Through Cargo Connector, freight forwarders will be able to make bookings at short notice, and will not need to invest in their own driver and truck, which can be time consuming and costly during busy periods. These benefits are among the reasons that the Cargo Connector service has proved so successful in the UK and US.
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