Freightos WebCargo signs Turkish Cargo as sector's digital age advances
“The future of air cargo is digital,” says Freightos WebCargo chief Manuel Galindo, inadvertently implying ...
Turkish Cargo, which has continuously increased its capacity, quality of service and market share as a result of its developments, had scheduled additional 12 flights between 26 January and 12 February in order to satisfy its demand of Valentine’s Day, and had been carried 906 tonnes of cut roses to the Netherlands from Kenya’s capital city Nairobi.
Turkish Cargo became the air cargo carrier that had carried the most flowers from Nairobi between those times with its new Boeing 777F cargo aircraft which were added to its fleet. During this period, 234 more tonnes of flowers were carried according to the nearest other air cargo carrier.