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Zurich Airport, 3 October 2019 – Swiss WorldCargo and Cargologic have agreed to continue their long-standing, successful partnership for another seven years. The partnership will see Swiss WorldCargo continue to use Cargologic’s airfreight handling competencies at its hub in Zurich, where Cargologic will maintain its position as dedicated ground handler.

According to Swiss WorldCargo’s Head of Quality and Services Christian Wyss, the main reasons for the extension are the reliability as well as quality of services offered by Cargologic. “We can depend on Cargologic as a professional partner delivering a premium service. Together, we offer our customers fast, efficient and reliable services. Needless to say, we jointly ensure that consignments arrive as per our promise to our customers.”

Marco Gredig, Managing Director of Cargologic, is also delighted about the ongoing cooperation with Swiss WorldCargo: “The long-term continuation of this proven partnership is extremely important to us. It is a clear reaffirmation of the Zurich Airport location and makes a substantial contribution to its future growth.”

Swiss WorldCargo
Swiss WorldCargo is the airfreight division of Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS). Headquartered at Zurich Airport, Swiss WorldCargo offers a comprehensive range of logistics solutions for transporting high-value and care-intensive consignments to some 130 destinations in over 84 countries. The extensive Swiss WorldCargo network of airfreight services is further supplemented by daily truck connections between key business centers. As a reliable and innovative service provider within the Lufthansa Group, Swiss WorldCargo is consistently committed to delivering Swiss quality to its airfreight customers, and makes a substantial contribution to SWISS’s overall profitability.

Cargologic – a leader in airfreight handling
As a leading Swiss airfreight handling specialist, Cargologic processes 440,000 tonnes of goods a year. The company currently has around 800 employees in Zurich, Basel, Berne and Lugano. Cargologic provides airlines and forwarders with customized services in all areas of freight handling. These include import, export and transit shipments, as well as the dispatch of special consignments and security checks for air freight.

Cargologic is part of the Rhenus Group
The Rhenus Group has an annual turnover of EUR 5.1 billion, making it one of the world’s leading logistics service providers. It has some 31,000 employees based at 660 locations. Throughout the supply chain, the Rhenus Group provides solutions for a wide range of industries, including multimodal transportation, storage, customs clearance and innovative added-value services.

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