This international accreditation will allow them to offer better air freight services and also lead to greater recognition in the industry
Spedition, a Coop member in Delhi, India, has now become a member of IATA (International Air Transport Association).
As a member of IATA they can now deal directly with airlines without any broker. Therefore, it will enable them to become more reliable air freight forwarders offering the best rates to their clients and partners. In the words of Harpreet Singh, the Head of Operations of Spedition, “Becoming an IATA member is the greatest achievement for any freight forwarder specializing in air cargo operations. We are thrilled to have an IATA badge as now we can be more competitive in the air freight business. Additionally, this membership will allow us to be more flexible and offer all kinds of air freight services as per the requirements of our clients and partners.”
Any freight forwarding company offering air freight services and conforming to the right license and legal requirements are eligible for applying for registration as IATA Cargo Agent. However, IATA members have to meet some strict requirements and are obliged to follow a set of government approved resolutions that establish the rights and duties of both the agents and the airlines.
Congratulations to Spedition and all the best for their upcoming projects!
Last month they also handled two full flight load shipments of medical supplies from Delhi to Riyadh
Three Aces Global Logistics Pvt Ltd, a Coop member in Delhi, India, moved 30 MT cargo of pharmaceutical products from New Delhi, India, to Almaty, Kazakhstan. For this purpose, they chartered 2 flights from Air Astana and the shipment reached the consignee right on time. They were in charge of several aspects of the shipment including local logistics, labelling, and transporting the cargo from the warehouse to the airport.
As stated by Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, the Director of Three Aces Global Logistics, “Chartering two planes was the quickest way of handling this shipment and the hard work on part of my team ensured that the task was executed successfully. The most exigent part of this project was undoubtedly the process of labelling of 5000 cartons within the handover deadline and I would like to thank all my team mates for doing such an impeccable job. We recommend members have a look a the below videos to get an idea”.
Three Aces Global also sent out 2 charter flights from Saudi Arabia Airlines to move pharmaceutical shipments from Delhi to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with each flight carrying a load of 19 MT. Mr. Agarwal further added, “We have been handling pharmaceutical goods and medical supplies on a regular basis throughout the pandemic. With over 3 decades of market experience, our team has all expertise and experience needed for the safe handling of medical items. We are really happy to play our part in the fight against the Coronavirus.”
Congratulations to Three Aces Global Logistics for undertaking these commendable projects!
Members requiring assistance with shipments in Delhi, India are invited to get in touch with the KARGO LEAGUE LOGISTICS PVT LTD. team.