Network Cargo appointed as Polar Air Cargo GSSA for Canada

Network Cargo, the General Sales and Service Agents (GSSA) branch of the Network Aviation Group in North America, has been appointed by Polar Air Cargo (PAC) as its General Sales Agent in Canada.

Commenting on the news, vice-president of sales for the Americas at Polar Air Cargo Thomas Betenia said: “We are extremely pleased to announce we have appointed Network Cargo as our General Sales Agent for Canada.”

The partnership with the cargo-exclusive airline covers all of Canada, utilising Network Cargo’s offices in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg and Edmonton. According to Network Cargo, the arrangement “further strengthens our relationship with North American airline carriers and widens our existing coverage of the entire North American continent”.

Polar Air Cargo is based out of New York and covers all major global markets and destinations, including the fast-paced, ever-growing Asia-Pacific region. The freight-only carrier has a large, all-Boeing fleet of aircraft including a B747-400F, B747-8F, B767-300F and B777-200F and can carry most cargo, ranging from perishables and oversized freight to dangerous goods and valuables.

PAC can also offer onward trucking services for a more complete solution.

In other news from the Network Aviation Group, Network Airline Services has been appointed by Trans Caribbean Cargo (TCC) as Cargo General Sales Agent (CGSA) in Europe. The partnership initially includes total coverage in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands; further countries are expected to be added in the foreseeable future.

Trans Caribbean Cargo is a USA-based airline from Miami which operates into key destinations such as Lima (LIM), Bogota (BOG), Medellin (MDE), Guarani (AGT) and Caracas (CCS), as well as various other important South American destinations.

TCC has a fleet of B747F aircraft, as well as MD11F aircraft, which can carry almost any standard type of cargo. The company says it can offer full or part charters, as well as ‘special’ one-off projects.

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