Tuesday, July 16, 2024
Airblox welcomes Pacific Air Cargo lanes

Airblox welcomes Pacific Air Cargo lanes

Airblox has announced a significant expansion in its network of carriers with the inclusion of Pacific Air Cargo. Pacific Air Cargo has steadfastly committed to supporting the communities they serve, with a special focus on the Hawaiian Islands.

Brian Kolb, VP of Strategy at Airblox, remarked, “We are thrilled to welcome Pacific Air Cargo to the Airblox platform. Their unwavering support for the communities they serve aligns perfectly with our mission to provide the air cargo industry with an efficient and reliable platform.

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For forwarders and logistics professionals, this partnership represents an exceptional opportunity. Accessing Pacific Air Cargo’s capacity in and out of the Hawaiian Islands through the Airblox platorm means more than just enhanced flexibility and efficiency in managing supply chain operations; it’s about supporting a carrier deeply commi=ed to community well-being.

Pacific Air Cargo Sales Manager Christian Calderon said, “Since our inception in 2000, Pacific Air Cargo has steadfastly committed to supporting the communities we serve, with a particular focus on the Hawaiian Islands.” Adding, “This dedication extends beyond providing exceptional air cargo services since we also provide a vital lifeline during challenging times such as the recent pandemic and natural disasters in Guam and Maui.”

Pacific Air Cargo’s scheduled B747-400 Freighter services are an essential air link connecting the United States mainland and Hawaii, operating six days a week, as well as weekly services to Pago Pago, American Samoa; Guam and beyond and on-demand charters throughout the Pacific.

The partnership between Airblox and Pacific Air Cargo represents a powerful fusion of community support, innovation, and logistics excellence.

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Airblox is a leading online B2B marketplace platform that revolutionises the air cargo industry through digital capacity contracts known as eBSAs (electronic block space agreements). Using advanced technology and real-time data analysis, Airblox enables businesses to efficiently manage their airfreight capacity needs and optimise their procurement and revenue management strategies.

About Pacific Air Cargo: Pacific Air Cargo (PAC), established in 2000, is a leading carrier in the air cargo industry, specialising in shipping outsize cargo. Focused on serving the Hawaiian Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and beyond, Pacific Air Cargo operates a reliable air cargo fleet, including nose-loader B747-400F aircraft. PAC also offers state-of-the-art solutions to meet customers’ air transportation needs while supporting the communities they serve.

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Edward Hardy

Having become a journalist after university, Edward Hardy has been a reporter and editor at some of the world's leading publications and news sites. In 2022, he became Air Cargo Week's Editor. Got news to share? Contact me on Edward.Hardy@AirCargoWeek.com


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