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A rose by any other mode …would not smell as sweet

Turkish Cargo is playing a part in making high-end perfumes just a little more affordable, says the national flag carrier. It is an important carrier of rose products produced in Anatolia’s Lake District and Isparta to manufacturing countries around the world, including the US, as well as France, Germany and China. Moving rose oil solid - a deep purple, creamy substance obtained from unfermented fresh pink roses - and rose water ... [+]

Turkish Cargo vaccine shipments top 100 million

Turkish Cargo says it has delivered 100 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to more than 35 countries around the world.Around 450 tonnes of the vaccine has been flown to destinations including Baku, Rome, Belgrade, Copenhagen, Miami, Sao Paulo and Mexico City using containers with special cooling systems. The carrier says it ... [+]

Turkish Cargo adds Munich

Turkish Airlines' ascendant air cargo brand Turkish Cargo keeps growing steadily by strengthening its flight network. After Frankfurt, Turkish Cargo has now added Munich, the developed economical city of Germany, among its destinations served with direct cargo flights.The dynamic brand of the sector, maintaining increase its number of direct cargo ... [+]

Turkish Cargo taps Digital Air Cargo

Turkish Cargo will soon provide global forwarders the ability to conduct real-time eBookings, access live rates, and see available air cargo capacity through WebCargo, a Freightos Group company. This provides critical agility as air cargo contends with unexpected shifts due to the global pandemic.Director of airfreight carrier relations and procurement ... [+]

Explore the future with Turkish Cargo

Turkish Cargo is to hold an online webinar exploring the future of the industry at 11.30-14.30 (UK time) on Wednesday 10 February. Topics will include digitisation and vaccine transportation. To register, visit: https://www.cargotalksbyturkishcargo.com/ [+]

Turkish Cargo delivers first vaccines

Late in 2020, Turkish Cargo carried the first batch of Chinese-made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines to Turkey. The 17 containers equipped with dedicated cooling systems, were delivered to the Ministry of Health after a dedicated flight from Beijing to Ankara. The carrier has enhanced its cold chain shipment capacoty to 25,000 tonnes ... [+]

Turkish Cargo moves first Covid vaccines

Turkish Cargo has started to carry Covid-19 vaccines, from China, to Brazil. The vaccines, loaded inside seven containers equipped with dedicated cooling systems, were transported safely from Beijing to Sao Paulo, via a connecting flight in Istanbul. The CEIV-certified carrier says it has increased its capacity for  cold chain shipments by ... [+]

Turkish Cargo ushers in the age of the robots

Turkish Cargo has integrated robotic process automation into its business processes to minimise error and reduce costs while improving employee productivity and speed of operation. The system will initially be used to control spot rate approvals, mail rates, and cargo booking. It will also check that the different ‘robots’ are working ... [+]

Fast-growing Turkish Cargo ready for Covid challenge

Turkish Cargo says it has increased its global market share from 3.9% to 5.4% - over one in 20 of all air cargo shipments - with growth of 67% in the first half of 2020 thanks to its special cargo operations. It operations have continued uninterrupted in particular to and from ... [+]

No argy-bargy with Cargy

Turkish Cargo has also gone live with CARGY, a new artificial intelligence robot that lets customers find out the status of their cargo 24/7. It is available at the WhatsApp number of 0850 333 0777 with Turkish and English language options. [+]

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