Swiss WorldCargo Displays New Boeing 777-300ER Livery on Truck in Japan

Swiss WorldCargo Displays New Boeing 777-300ER Livery on Truck in Japan

Swiss International Air Lines Cargo Division, Swiss WorldCargo was recently in Japan to promote their new Boeing 777-300ER livery. The livery was displayed on a new temperature-controlled truck operated by Road Feeder Service (RFS) provider Hirano Logistics.

The truck was devised and developed by both Swiss WorldCargo and Hirano Logistics and is in operation on several different across Japan. Due to the temperature controlled feature of the vehicle, pharmaceuticals and various other goods are handled in a safe and effective manner.

The new livery for the Boeing 777-300ER focuses on the aircraft from three angles, providing different visualizations. On the right side, a close-up reveals the back of an engine alongside the Swiss WorldCargo livery, while the left side shows a Swiss WorldCargo aircraft cruising above the alps and for the back angle, this is saved for a very impressive image of take-off.

Swiss WorldCargo Head of Cargo for Japan, Tango Tomonari said, “We are very proud of our collaboration in successfully developing and launching this initiative,” he continued, “It’s an excellent way for Swiss WorldCargo to continue positioning and promoting itself within the Japanese market. At the same time, the impressive pharmaceutical handling capabilities of this truck ensure that a diverse range of products can be delivered to various destinations for different customers.”