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cargo-partner adds new air freight service between Amsterdam and Asia

A privately owned full-range info-logistics provider, cargo-partner announced the introduction of a new air freight solution to and from Amsterdam in the Netherlands to support customers with the import and export of goods to and from Asia.

The new air service is managed from cargo-partner’s Amsterdam branch.

According to cargo-partner, the service provides a weekly route for customers to transport goods between Amsterdam and a number of key locations including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Taipei and Hong Kong.

The company has a network of 18 office branches in the region, as well as warehouse solutions in Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong. Similarly, a final Amsterdam destination provides customers with a gateway of further airport, storage, and transport connections across Western Europe.

Benelux managing director, Enzo Phillips commented, "We’re continuing to expand our global network as well as the quality of our air transport services from our Benelux branches, and we are very excited to launch this air freight solution from Amsterdam, to the market."

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