Saudia Cargo highlighted the importance of temperature-sensitive goods to its business by adopting a new booth concept at Air Cargo Europe, held as part of the transport logistic 2017 exhibition and conference in Munich.
The carrier dedicated a section of its booth to its temperature-controlled facilities and products that help preserve perishables and pharmaceuticals in their optimal state, including temperature-controlled ULDs that can maintain various temperature ranges.
“We are happy to participate in the latest edition of Air Cargo Europe,” said Nabil Khojah, CEO of Saudia Cargo. “This time, we’re showcasing some of Saudia Cargo’s latest equipment in handling high-value, time-sensitive goods. Quality and safety are paramount in our operations and we make sure that our customers get the best value for their money, hence, we have invested heavily on equipment that best serve their interest.”
The carrier operates an all-Boeing freighter fleet consisting of 747-400BCFs, 747-400ERFs, 747-8Fs and 777Fs.
Rainer Mueller, executive director of commercial at Saudia Cargo, said that the industry needs to embrace technology in the modern business world to keep up with the times.
“There are pros and cons but there’s no denying we need to adapt to the changes,” he said. “Saudia Cargo is among companies that continue to strive for excellence and invest in knowledge and skills as part of our commitment to our customers to serve them better.”