Cargojet and Great Vision HK link China and Canada

Cargojet to operate at least three weekly flights between YVR and HGH. Image: Cargojet

Flights already began on 22MAY24, between Hangzhou, China to Vancouver, Canada, and back, but news of the three-year agreement between Cargojet and Great Vision HK Express was published on 10JUN24. Cargojet will deploy a Boeing 767-300 freighter and operate at least three scheduled charter flights per week on behalf of China-based Great Vision HK. The regular routing caters to China’s e-commerce business and is expected to generate more than CAD $160 million (around EUR 109 million) over the course of the agreement. While Cargojet secures the airport-to-airport segment for Great Vision HK, the Chinese end-to-end integrated logistics solutions provider covers the rest on both ends of the route: pick up, pre-sorting, international air freight, customs clearance, distribution, last-mile delivery and after-sales services.
Jamie B. Porteous, Co-Chief Executive Officer, said: “Leveraging Cargojet’s industry-leading record of on-time performance and reliability, together with the connection opportunities from Vancouver to fifteen other cities in Canada, will allow Great Vision HK to provide enhanced services for China-based e- Commerce service providers, to their customers across Canada.”
Pauline Dhillon, Co-Chief Executive Officer, stated: “We continue to explore opportunities to maximize asset and aircraft utilization and look forward to a strong partnership with Great Vision HK.
Christine Cheng, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Great Vision HK, added: “This is an important milestone for Great Vision HK, and we’ve partnered with Cargojet, another industry-leader in Canada, to provide top-quality transportation services to our customers in Asia. International air freight is a key part of this logistical chain, and we believe through this strategic partnership with Cargojet that we can offer extremely reliable and efficient services to our customers, while continuing to promote trade between the two countries.”



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