Afcom Holdings, an international cargo airline based in Chennai, has received its first Boeing 737 Freighter. Since September 2021, Afcom has been operating thanks to a strategic partnership with its commercial carrier partners.
By supporting Afcom’s current capacity with its airfreight partners through the addition of this aircraft, a faster and more dependable delivery service will be possible. According to a company release, the company intends to increase its fleet of freighter aircraft by two by the end of this year.
Chairman of Afcom Holdings Deepak Parasuraman stated
“Afcom is committed to providing our customers with efficient, secure, and quality services. We firmly believe in collaborating with our clients by offering them custom logistical solutions. We see ourselves as a provider of end-to-end cargo solutions rather than just a cargo airline. Today, a major enabler of flexibility and speed in global supply chains is air cargo. We anticipate strong and increasing demand for air cargo and are prepared to inject the necessary capacity into the market.”
Currently, Afcom offers service between Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia, and India. In an effort to serve destinations throughout the ASEAN countries, it will also start providing services to the sectors in Hanoi (Vietnam) and Bangkok (Thailand). According to the release, more brand-new services are also on the way, all of which will focus on offering quicker delivery options to meet market demands.
By the end of this year, the Chennai-based company “plans to add two more freighter aircraft to its fleet,” it said.
“Afcom is dedicated to offering our customers quick, safe, and high-quality services. We firmly believe in collaborating with our clients by offering them custom logistical solutions.”Deepak Parasuraman, the company’s chairman.
“We consider ourselves to be an end-to-end provider of cargo solutions rather than just a cargo airline.”
“Future demand for air cargo is expected to be strong and growing, and we are prepared to inject the necessary capacity into the market”, he said.
Currently, Singapore, Indonesia, and Brunei are served by Afcom Cargo. According to the statement, the company has plans to start providing services to Vietnam and Thailand.
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