New pathways promote trade

Singapore freight forwarders – Star Concord

Tamex and T-Way have recently expanded their European network by introducing a new service to Croatia, a strategically positioned country at the intersection of Central and Southeast Europe. This latest addition to our route portfolio signifies a significant milestone for our GSA operations, building upon the successful launches that have connected South Korea with various destinations across Europe.

Operating with the reliable and advanced Airbus A330-300 wide-body aircraft, new service offers increased capacity and operational efficiency. Departing from Incheon International Airport at 11:05 am, our flights arrive at Zagreb International Airport at 7:25 pm, ensuring seamless connectivity between these two regions.

The route resumed three weekly flights between Seoul Incheon and Zagreb, commencing on May 16, 2024. This reinstatement reinforces our unwavering commitment to providing our valued customers with dependable and convenient air transportation solutions within this crucial market.

Additionally, the joint venture between Extrans Global and Tam Group was launched on April 1. This collaboration aims to expand General Sales Agent (GSA) business through strategic cooperation, leveraging the extensive global network of TAM Group and the exceptional industry expertise of Extrans Global.

The development signifies an ongoing commitment to delivering exceptional service and expanding our reach to better serve our customers in the ever-evolving aviation industry.

Extrans Global, with its presence in 15 branch offices across seven countries, excels in various business areas, including freight forwarding, CFS logistics, 3PL, warehouse operations, and cross-border transportation.

Established in 1977, TAM Group currently operates 27 branch offices in 10 countries worldwide. Our business encompasses passenger, cruise, and cargo services, providing GSA solutions for renowned airlines such as Air India, Saudi Airlines, Latam Cargo, and Air China Cargo.

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Author: Edward Hardy