Tuesday, May 21, 2024
time:matters starts moving dangerous goods

time:matters starts moving dangerous goods

time:matters is now offering transport for dangerous goods, accepting movements of hazard classes 2,3,4,5,6,8 and 9.

The move is to meet the demand of industries requiring the movement of dangerous goods including the automotive, aviation and aerospace, machinery and components, as well as life and health sector companies.

Dangerous goods can be moved on passenger and cargo aircraft operated by Lufthansa, Lufthansa Cargo, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines from Germany, USA, India, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, Hungary, France and Portugal.

CEO Alexander Kohnen says: “We are setting new standards in the industry with our fast and secure transport of dangerous goods. We are delighted to be able to offer this service in ten markets now and intend to considerably add to these in the near term.”

In Frankfurt, Munich and Vienna, time:matters can facilitate tail-to-tail loading for time-critical dangerous goods shipments for cargo being reloaded from an incoming aircraft to a departing one directly on the apron without going through a warehouse.

COO Lars Krosch says: “Maximum speed and maximum security are not mutually exclusive. Customers benefit from our incredible speed while still enjoying the highest standards thanks to our specially trained and certified employees, who ensure a completely smooth transport process at each location.”

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