Jettainer continues to grow in the Asia-Pacific market and announced plans to expand its presence in the region by 2023 with Singapore and Hong Kong as main gateways. This was revealed by the global leader in Unit Load Device (ULD) management at the IATA World Cargo Symposium 2022 in London. Jettainer’s goal is to establish its own regional teams in Asia, strengthening the relationship with customers through intercultural competencies and to respond even better to individual needs.
The market changes of the last two and a half years have pushed previously functioning processes in the global aviation industry to their limits. Airlines have had to experience all the problems that a lack of Unit Load Devices (ULDs) can cause. The importance of security of supply and reliability became even more apparent, cost awareness and sustainability continue to be a major aspect.
All these factors play a particularly important role in the Asia-Pacific markets, where airlines are on a growth track. Existing airlines are expanding their business and include widebody fleets or start with cargo operations, new airlines are being founded. Furthermore, as ULD operations have traditionally been managed in-house, the region holds great growth potential for Jettainer providing a variety of ULD management solutions responding precisely to the markets’ needs.
To drive this development, Jettainer plans to strengthen its regional presence and further develop Singapore and Hong Kong as main gateways.
Already, Jettainer manages pallets and containers for Korean airline T’Way, VietJet and Philippine budget carrier Cebu Pacific – with several more airlines in the pipeline. Current sales activities in the region are coordinated from Singapore by Edward Neo, General Manager Sales APAC. Jettainer’s leasing solution lease&fly is developed out of Hong Kong with Stella Wang, focusing on mainland China.
About Jettainer GmbH
With approximately 100,000 Unit Load Devices (ULDs) in 500 locations worldwide, the global leader Jettainer operates the world`s most efficient ULD fleet.
Through its unique combination of dedicated teams and leading IT landscape, using big data and artificial intelligence, the industry expert guarantees steering and positioning as well as maintenance and repair with 100% availability of containers and pallets. A strong partner and independent repair network, close to the customer’s processes, completes Jettainer’s global setup with local presence.
Meaningful innovation and digitization for highest efficiency at lowest cost are key for the transparency driver. Its continuously enhanced service and product portfolio is complemented with ULD leasing services, cool management and temperature chain solutions.
Jettainer GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo AG.
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