The global air cargo brand Turkish Cargo participated this year in Logitrans, Turkey’s most extensive international transportation and logistics fair, for the 12th time.
Having a 154 m2 wide stand area in the fair organized in CNR EXPO Istanbul Fair Center on November 10-12, Turkish Cargo met business partners and event participants.
The Logitrans fair has hosted approximately 120 firms composed of the representatives of cargo agencies, automotive producers, air cargo firms, airport and harbor authorities, IT service providers, customs authorities, logistical associations, logistical schools, the representatives of international logistical publications, and over 10 thousand visitors.
Within the scope of Atlas Logistics Awards, organized for the 12th time this year; Turkish Cargo, was awarded the first prize in the “International Air Carrier” category.
Turkish Cargo offers the world’s largest direct cargo flight network in the world; consisting of 97 destinations worldwide, excluding express carriers. The carrier performs global business processes with the fleet of Turkish Airlines, consisting of 373 aircraft including 23 dedicated freighters.
Achieving sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet, and expert teams in the field, Turkish Cargo aims to become one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world. The carrier has been innovating to develop sustainable pioneering projects in the field of digitalization to enhance the quality of service offered to its customers in a changing world.
About Turkish Cargo
Performing air cargo operations to more than 300 destinations, 97 of which are cargo destinations, in 127 countries around the world, Turkish Cargo operates with the fleet of Turkish Airlines consisting of 373 aircraft, 23 of which are dedicated freighters. Connecting continents at its strategically located Istanbul Hub, Turkish Cargo, the fastest-growing air cargo brand in the world, aims to become one of the top 3 global freighters worldwide.