Network Cargo Management renews long-term GSSA contract with Philippine Airline

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Network Cargo Management and Philippine Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, have renewed their long-standing GSSA contract in Canada with NCM. NCW is pleased to announce that the contract has been renewed for three years, effective February 5, 2024.

Howard Jones, President of Network Cargo Management in Canada based in its Toronto, YYZ office, said: “We are thrilled that Philippine Airlines have once again renewed our GSA contract. Our teams in Canada strongly focus on providing elevated levels of quality customer service and offering viable solutions for our customer’s cargo. These beneficial factors have contributed to the renewal of this contract with PR, and we are more than happy to continue our long-standing, successful partnership with them.”

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Network Cargo Management was appointed the GSA for Bringer Air Cargo across the USA.

Javier Gonzalez, NCM’s Sales Manager based in Florida, said, “I am happy to confirm that we have been appointed as Bringer Air Cargo’s GSA in the following 12 US states and cities: Florida (except Miami*), Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington DC—NCM is delighted to be selling Bringer Air Cargo’s cargo capacity in the USA.”

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Author: Anastasiya Simsek