Aviation article(s)
August 14, 2019

Global special speed logistics provider time:matters has added another three stations in Japan, Singapore and Thailand to its highly-efficient standardized network. These stations follow the seven locations recently opened in China as it continues to pursue its internationalization strategy. time:matters customers now have access to 84 weekly direct flights between the European hubs in Frankfurt, Munich and Vienna and the three new destinations.


With the new locations in now a total of 10 Asian business centers – Tokyo (NRT), Singapore (SIN), Bangkok (BKK), Shanghai (PVG), Shenyang (SHE), Beijing (PEK), Nanjing (NKG), Qingdao (TAO), Chengdu (CTU) and Guangzhou (CAN) – time:matters is further expanding its presence in Asia and increasing its network density for the fastest possible global connections. In order to tap into the Chinese market, time:matters founded time:matters International Freight Forwarding Ltd. in June 2019 to provide customers with comprehensive support in Mandarin through a local hotline, email address and additional website.


time:matters is now offering transports of time-critical shipments between the new stations and existing Sameday Air locations in Europe, Israel, the US and Mexico. Urgently required goods shipments can be collected and cleared through customs on the same day and reach their required destination in the unique Sameday Air network within the shortest possible time thanks to fast handling times starting at 90 minutes and transit times at the European hubs up from 45 minutes.


“We are now connecting further important Asian marketplaces with large European and American business centers via our unparalleled Sameday Air network,” said COO Lars Krosch. “This represents an important step towards our long-term goal of providing our customers with a highly efficient global Sameday Air network.”


“The expansion into the Asian market is a key element of our internationalization strategy and will help us to considerably extend our global quality promise and product range,” added Alexander Kohnen, CEO of time:matters. “This is a logical step for us following our expansion into China and a response to the specific needs and requirements of our international customer base.”


Customers involved in the automotive, high-tech and semicon, medtech, and machinery and components sectors worldwide in particular will benefit from the new destinations, which will allow them to avoid or mitigate potentially expensive supply chain disruption. time:matters is using Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines flights for standardized transports to and from Asia. Seamless connection with flights operated by the 21 Sameday Air partner airlines via the Frankfurt, Munich and Vienna hubs ensures unparalleled network coverage and density.

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