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Turkish Cargo participated in ‘’Logitrans – 2019’’ fair

The global air cargo brand Turkish Cargo participated this year in Logitrans, Turkey’s most extensive international transportation and logistics fair, for the 11th time.

Having a 155 m2 wide stand area in the fair organized in CNREXPO Istanbul Fair Center on November 13-15, Turkish Cargo met business partners and event participants.

The Logitrans fair has hosted approximately 150 firms composed of the representatives of cargo agencies, automotive producers, air cargo firms, airport and harbor authorities, IT service providers, customs authorities, logistical associations, logistical schools, the representatives of international logistical publications, and over 15 thousand visitors.

Turkish Cargo, within the scope of Atlas Logistics Awards organized for the 10th time this year; He was awarded the first prize in the “International Air Carrier” category and the Jury Special Award for ‘Dual Air Cargo Hub Solution’ and ‘Mission Resque’ projects.

Participating the international fairs regularly, Turkish Cargo gives air cargo service in over 300 destinations in 126 countries and keeps growing steadily. According to the international air cargo information provider WACD’s September data, the successful brand grew significantly by achieving a tonnage increase of 8.8 percent in a sector wherein the global air cargo market shrank by -5.4 percent.

Turkish Cargo’s target is to be one of the top five air cargo brands of the world in 2023.

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Turkish Airlines, Inc.
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About Turkish Cargo:

With the wide network of Turkish Airlines, which flies to more countries than any other airline in the world with 126 countries, Turkish Cargo provides more than 300 destinations worldwide. Furthermore, the cargo carrier operates direct air cargo services with dedicated freighters to 88 destinations. With its developing fleet, Turkish Cargo operates with 24 cargo freighters as well as Turkish Airlines’ 346 passenger aircraft for belly transportation via its Istanbul hub, which has strategic importance linking continents. Our goal, as the fastest growing and developing air cargo brand in the world, is to be one of the top 5 air cargo carriers by 2023. For more;