United Cargo Earns “Best Air Cargo Carrier – North America” Award
During this year’s annual Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards in Hong Kong, United Cargo was recognized as the “Best Air Cargo Carrier” for the North American region.
Hosted annually by Asia Cargo News, selected nominees and winners are determined through a different approach with the help of more than 15,000 reader and e-subscriber votes. Consistency in service, innovation, customer relations, and management are all taken into consideration when vetting winners for the annual awards.
“United Cargo’s primary goal is to build and sustain long-term relationships of mutual benefit with our customer partners,” said United Cargo President Jan Krems. “Our team is especially proud to again receive this award representing the voice of our customers, because it confirms we are delivering a consistently excellent level of service worldwide and enhancing our partners’ success. I salute United Cargo team members in more than 300 locations around the globe for their commitment to quality.”
This news follows an announcement made earlier this month confirming the carrier will begin transporting and leasing Swiss-based temperature-controlled containers provided by SkyCell. United Cargo will be the first U.S. carrier of SkyCell’s containers, enabling safe and effective logistics for biopharmaceuticals and temperature-sensitive items.
“TempControl’s transport of vaccines and other high-value biopharmaceutical shipments is increasing rapidly,” said Jan Krems, President of United Cargo. “Extremely precise, long-duration temperature control is required for the safe transport of these highly-sensitive shipments.
“SkyCell is excited to partner with United to increase the availability of SkyCell containers for the U.S. pharma industry,” said Richard Ettl, CEO of SkyCell. “United and SkyCell share the goal of eliminating temperature excursions and reducing the CO2 footprint in global pharma transportation.”
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