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Globe Air Cargo Japan premieres with Air Premia’s Japanese launch

Globe Air Cargo Japan premieres with Air Premia’s Japanese launch

On 23rd December, Air Premia will leave Japan for Korea with a typical Japanese export cargo load of automotive parts, semi-conductor parts, and general consumer goods. The Korean airline plans to run a scheduled service linking Narita with Incheon, and from there on to Singapore, Saigon, and Los Angeles, respectively. It is already represented by ECS Group subsidiaries in Korea and the US. In Japan, newly founded Globe Air Cargo Japan will provide comprehensive GSSA support, ensuring optimum revenues and load factors on every Air Premia flight.

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Globe Air Cargo Japan has been established to build and strengthen business relations in East Asia, as well as provide existing ECS Group airline customers with a known local Japanese presence.

“With our established team of highly experienced in sales professionals and existing forwarder relationships across the country, Globe Air Cargo Japan offers local air cargo expertise within a truly global ECS Group network, and one that goes above and beyond any standard GSSA portfolio,” Dmitry Vorontsov, Managing Director Globe Air Cargo Japan, said. “We look forward to contributing to Air Premia’s success in Japan, and carving out a strong market presence for ECS Group, too.”

Read more: Air Premia selects ECS Group as its GSA

“ECS Group has placed a key focus on expanding its presence in Asia these past 12 months, and growing to support its international customers. Together with Air Premia, ECS Group is fulfilling its pledge to offer the strongest Asian network with unlimited connections,” Adrien Thominet said, Executive Chairman of ECS Group. “I am delighted that we can now provide GSSA services in one of the world’s most significant economies, and know that with Globe Air Cargo Japan, our Japanese and international customers will be more than well-attended to.”

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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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