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 30% by working with the largest suppliers of active containers in the industry, and can now service an additional 150 ... [+]

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. [+]

Turkish Cargo takes one in twenty freight shipments

One in 20 airfreight shipments is now carried by Turkish Cargo, says the carrier, quoting May statistics published by World Air Cargo Data. However the global air cargo market has shrunk by 28.5% as a result of the covid pandemic.  The carrier has continued service to 90 direct cargo destinations ... [+]

Turkish Cargo bags CEIV hatrick

Turkish Cargo says it has become the first air cargo airline to concurrently achieve the three CEIV Pharma, CEIV Fresh, and CEIV Live Animals certifications, under the IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators program. Chief cargo officer Turhan Ozen remarked : “We really make much of the IATA CEIV ... [+]

Turkish Cargo maintains the air bridge built by Turkish Airlines

As the global repercussions of the unprecedented situation caused by COVID-19 outbreak continues, Turkish Cargo, the global brand with the world’s sixth largest cargo capacity, has started to operate cargo flights with Turkish Airlines’ passenger aircrafts in addition to its flights with 25 high capacity freighters in order to prevent ... [+]

Sixth 777 freighter for Turkish Cargo

Turkish Cargo has taken delivery of its sixth Boeing-777 Freighter at Seattle’s Everett Paine Airport. The new plane brings many substantial benefits in terms of operational costs, efficiency and reliability. Turkish Cargo will have a total of eight similar machines by 2020. [+]

Turkish Cargo extends CEIV certificate

Turkish Cargo has extended its IATA CEIV (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) Pharma certificate to 2022. It follows a successful training campaign followed by an IATA audit.   [+]

The homecoming story of an endangered vulture with Turkish Cargo!

Carrying animals under the most real-like conditions in the skies, Turkish Cargo performed another life-saving transportation operation. An endangered griffon vulture, which started flying in Serbia and became exhausted in Sanliurfa after flying 1600 kilometers long on its seasonal migration route, was carried to Belgrade by Turkish Cargo. The 1.5-year old ... [+]

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