Nepal Airlines and Unilode Aviation Solutions (Unilode) have agreed an extension of their full-service ULD management partnership for another three-year term.
The flag carrier of Nepal awarded the management of its containers and pallets to Unilode in 2018 and has since benefitted from the operational efficiencies provided by Unilode’s digital ULD pool of more than 160,000 units.
Nepal Airlines currently operates two widebody aircraft to 12 international destinations and will further expand its network in the Asia Pacific region.
Doleshwar Koirala, Nepal Airlines director of ground support department, said: “Unilode’s continuous support and dedication have played a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth operations of Nepal Airlines during our partnership.
“Unilode has helped our airline to overcome the challenges of recent times and continue to serve our passengers with safety and reliability, in addition to supporting our cargo business.
“We look forward to continuing our collaboration and thank Unilode for being a trusted partner of Nepal Airlines.”
Ross Marino, Unilode chief executive, said: “We are delighted to be recognised by Nepal Airlines for our partnership. Unilode’s commitment to delivering the highest level of services to our airline customers remains unwavering, and we are proud to contribute to the success of our customers.
“We look forward to continuing our full-service ULD management partnership with Nepal Airlines, whilst supporting their growth ambitions and ensuring the satisfaction of their passengers and cargo customers.”
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