AirBridgeCargo Airlines Reaches Milestone with 500 Aircraft Engines Transported
One of the world’s leading international cargo carriers, Russian-based AirBridgeCargo Airlines recently announced they had transported their 500th aircraft engine this year, a major achievement with still four months of 2018 to go.
This latest milestone is a testament to their support of long-term customers with the provision of timely, efficient and safe transportation of these very delicate shipments.
Global Director for Heavy & Outsized Cargo at AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Vasily Zhukov said, “The 500th jet engine is another milestone for ABC and serves as a quantum leap in the development of our abcXL product. We have strengthened our position in the aerospace segment of the air cargo market, realigning our procedures, working with trustworthy and reliable handling and trucking partners, and training our personnel to guarantee smooth and intact delivery of aircraft engines. We have also introduced the latest 3D modelling software tools to enhance load planning and to minimize the time required for ground handling procedures. This 500th transportation in only eight months of the current year proves once again that our customers recognize the value provided by AirBridgeCargo Airlines, trust our global abcXL team of experts, and appreciate our dedication to meeting every requirement.”
During the first eight months of the year, 500 jet engines were delivered by AirBridgeCargo Airlines, this equates to a year-on-year growth of 50 per cent. The notable increase is due to the strengthening of the AirBridgeCargo’s abcXL product, which is supported by the shipment monitoring and management platform provided by ABC’s Control Tower.
The movement of Aircraft engines is a logistically challenging process that requires cargo professionals with a vast amount of experience and a high level of expertise. AirBridgeCargo parent company, the Volga-Dnepr Group has a proven track record over the last 28 years in the transportation of engines, AirBridgeCargo can call upon these best practices for moving such sensitive shipments for customers in the aerospace sector.