International air cargo conglomerate, Challenge Group, has revealed its Liège’s hub has experienced remarkable growth over the past five years, expanding from 7,500 square meters to 42,000 square meters.
The tonnage handled by Challenge Group has also increased from 78,000 tonnes in 2012 to 282,000 tonnes in 2022.
With a capacity for 425,000 tonnes annually, Challenge Group says it remains committed to delivering exceptional services to its customers.
Challenge Group’s Liège hub is renowned for its sustainable practices and commitment to the environment. In addition to being a European leader in handling horses, the hub specialises in the transportation of pharmaceuticals, cars, dangerous goods, oversized cargo, live animals (beyond horses), concert equipment, and perishable goods.
With its cutting-edge technology and tools, including the largest highloader in Europe, the hub embraces paperless operations with electronic data capture and handheld scanners.
Or Zak, chief commercial officer of Challenge Group, said: “Our Liège hub is a testament to our commitment to excellence and continuous growth.
“With our strategic investments and dedication to operational excellence, we have solidified our position as the market leader. We stand ready to support our clients, either freight forwarders, third party carriers or importers/exporters, and meet their most demanding logistics needs.”