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Oman Air Cargo set to showcase growing capabilities at air cargo Europe 2023

Oman Air Cargo set to showcase growing capabilities at air cargo Europe 2023

Oman Air’s Cargo division is gearing up for the upcoming Air Cargo Europe 2023, set to take place in Munich from 9th-12th May. The four-day event, considered the leading platform for international networking in the air freight industry, is anticipated to bring in over 2,000 exhibitors from 125 countries and regions. Oman Air Cargo will participate with a dedicated booth, where it will showcase its innovative solutions and upcoming plans, including its first freighter that is expected during Q4.

“The air cargo industry is experiencing a remarkable surge and Oman is well-positioned to capitalise on this trend with its strategic location and its focus on logistics as a cornerstone of economic diversification. Our efforts to transform Oman into a global logistics hub have yielded impressive results, and we continue to achieve record growth, a testament to our unwavering commitment to keeping pace with emerging technologies and meeting the ever-increasing demand for air cargo services,” said Jaffar Al Lawati, Vice President – Commercial Cargo at Oman Air. “As we prepare to attend Air Cargo Europe 2023, we are eager to showcase our capabilities, engage with industry leaders, and explore opportunities to support our partners in achieving their business objectives.”

Established in 2009, Oman Air Cargo has quickly built a reputation as a leading air cargo carrier in the Middle East, offering high-standard products and leading customer service. Delivering bespoke solutions for all kinds of freight transportation needs, including special commodities such as pharma, fresh produce, valuables and dangerous goods, it continues to innovate and invest in state-of-the-art technology to meet the evolving demands of its rapidly growing global customer base.

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