Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has launched Trans-Pacific routes, extending from Incheon to Atlanta via Anchorage starting November 9.
The largest Cargo Network Operator in Africa operates B777-200F, one of the most technologically advanced aircraft on the route, which it said offers remarkable freight service to its cargo forwarding customers worldwide with reduced flight hour, seamless connectivity and better payload.
“We are delighted to have launched our newest freighter service to our Cargo Forwarder customers worldwide, extending from Incheon to Atlanta via Anchorage in the current global pandemic crisis where speed in the supply chain management is highly required to deliver urgently required goods,” Ethiopian Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, said.
“Our new cargo service will cut total air transport time significantly between Asia Pacific and North America facilitating fast and efficient global trade,” he added.
Ethiopian ready to ship vaccine
Ethiopian said its state-of-the-art Pharma Wing of Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, housed within the largest trans-shipment terminal in Africa, has been central to the airline’s effective handling and shipping of medical supplies across the world.
Furthermore, it is in full readiness with all its required capabilities for the distribution of potential COVID-19 vaccine during the forthcoming global distribution.
Operating next-generation freighters and with Africa’s largest trans-shipment terminal, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services facilitates the export of perishables, garments, mining products, and the import of high-value industrial products and inputs, pharmaceuticals, among others across its global network.