Saudia Cargo signs breakbulk charter deal with Air Charter Service

Saudia Cargo signs breakbulk charter deal with Air Charter Service
Published: 24 February 2019 - 6:31 a.m.
By: Logistics Middle East Staff

Saudia Cargo and Air Charter Service (ACS) signed a new business deal on the side-lines of the three-day Air Cargo Africa exhibition in Johannesburg, South Africa for the transport of rubber port fenders.

ACS, a private jet, helicopter, airliner and cargo aircraft charter service operating across Africa and other countries around the world, was represented by Alex Ignatov, ACS assistant director of Cargo Sales and Nagib Kasbari, consultant to ACS from the Dubai office.

The contract signing took place at the Saudia Cargo booth in the presence of Saudia Cargo CEO Omar Hariri, Amer Abu Obaid executive director, commercial and Semih Kutlug director of charters.

“We are very happy with this continuous business partnership between Saudia Cargo and Air Charter Service. We look forward to a successful long-term alliance between our companies,” said Saudia Cargo CEO Omar Hariri.

The new business deal involves transporting rubber fenders for ship-docks by charter flights from DWC Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai to Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Saudia Cargo provides a variety of Air Cargo services & products such as charter services, Fly Pharma, Fly Express, Fly Perishables & more.

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