Bertling launches five air freight products

The 159-year-old complex logistics provider is mainly known for shipping solutions, and yet it has been working on building up a portfolio of air freight solutions, which it launched this week. On the same day, the company sent out an invitation to the inauguration of its new air freight office in Dusseldorf, and a day later, published an open position for an Air Freight Specialist to join its IATA-licensed air freight team. So, the air cargo strategy is in full swing. “In line with the increasing global demand for specialized air freight services from our customers, we are pleased to introduce our global time-definite air freight products, which support individual service requirements through various verticals from airport to airport,” the website announced on 06JUN24, “In addition to these air freight services, we offer door-to-door services within our global network, as well as customs brokerage and other value-added services.”

Adding specialized air cargo services to its portfolio. Image: Bertling

Five products are on offer: B.Express for urgent shipments, B.Prio for reliable, direct shipping, B.Essential which matches transit and transport times to customer requirements, B.Cargo for freighter/charter solutions, and B.Green which is a sustainable air freight service offered in partnership with airlines’ sustainable programs. The latter product is combinable with any of the previous four, offering “air freight with a touch of green”, including Bertling’s own Carbon Footprint Tracker and a choice of four offsetting projects.

Colin MacIsaac, CEO of Bertling Logistics, announced: “We are very excited to expand our presence in Germany with our new office in Düsseldorf, which will house our air freight and project logistics team. Our growing team of air freight experts will provide extended air freight services for our local and global customers more quickly and efficiently.” On offer are connections with Bertling’s regional air freight hubs in locations such as Singapore, China, UAE, USA, Chile, and South Africa, and across its network of airline partners.

Janine Seemke, Global Head of Air freight, added: “We have chosen Duesseldorf as one of the most flexible and convenient European Air freight Hub in order to be agile and flexible to our customers’ needs, working on virtual EU consolidations using the various airports of Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Liege and Maastricht. We also offer centralized special services such as charter, OBCs, cargo drone services.”

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