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cargo-partner unveils new air service between Western Europe and Mexico

Global logistics provider cargo-partner strengthens its air consolidation services with a new Frankfurt-Mexico City service.

The move is expected to address challenges European exporters face amid market uncertainties, offering stable solutions.

The company's air export gateways in Frankfurt (Germany), Vienna (Austria), and Budapest (Hungary) aim to provide flexible options to meet diverse customer needs. With over two years of solid presence in Mexico and 50 dedicated employees, cargo-partner ensures reliable services, including comprehensive transport solutions and customs clearance.

The new air consolidation service, operating between Frankfurt Airport (FRA) in Germany and Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) in Mexico City, caters to the rising demand for dependable transport from Western Europe to Mexico. Leveraging its extensive network of offices in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, and the Czech Republic, cargo-partner can facilitate pre-carriage services for its customers in the region. In addition, the cargo-partner’s local offices in Puebla and Mexico City enable seamless onward distribution within Mexico.

The company also tailors solutions for the automotive industry, addressing the specific requirements of Mexico's thriving automotive manufacturing sector.

"In light of the current market challenges, European exporters are facing hurdles in securing cost-efficient freight capacities to Mexico. With fixed capacities, stable transit times, and long-term rates, our new air consolidation service from Frankfurt to Mexico City ensures regular and dependable services amidst unpredictable market conditions. In addition, our European structure of air export gateways, with Vienna, Frankfurt, and Budapest serving as the main hubs, allows us to offer flexible solutions to meet the unique needs of each customer," stated Jo Feiks, corporate director of Product Management Air Cargo at cargo-partner.

Despite the Red Sea crisis, air freight from Europe to Asia has gained traction, and the cargo partner's Vienna-Chicago consolidation service remains in high demand.

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