Yusen Logistics Russia Launches Air Import Consolidation Services in Moscow and St. Petersburg
Yusen Logistics has launched air import consolidation services at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport (SVO1/SVO2) and Domodedovo airport (DME), as well as Pulkovo airport (LED) in St. Petersburg.
These new services is an innovation in the Russian transportation industry, with Yusen Logistics being the first international airfreight forwarder to offer such consolidation services at these three airports. Previously only Airport to Airport services under DAWB (Direct Air Waybill by the airlines) were available.
Nadezhda Krutiy, Airfreight Business Unit Manager, Yusen Logistics Russia commented: “By using Yusen Logistics’ House Airway Bill Import Consolidation service, customers can benefit from: Freight CC Service (charges collect), full visibility of cargo status, final mile delivery and warehousing if required, all under Yusen Logistics’ House Airway Bill.”
The consolidation operation also includes Customs Clearance services in Moscow and St Petersburg, operated by Yusen Logistics RUS LLC’s 100% owned subsidiary Yusen Terminal Logopark.
With over ten years’ experience in the Russian market, the company offers customers total end-to-end logistics solutions from a network of 7 sites, with 11,500 square metres of strategic warehousing and an in-house operated vehicle fleet.
Albert Abdulin, Managing Director, Yusen Logistics Russia added: “We are continuously looking for ways to innovate, grow and engage our global network to give our customers the best possible services and support them in doing their business in Russia”.