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Norwegian appoints Jan de Rijk as RFS

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Norway Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Aircargoweek

Norwegian Cargo has appointed Jan de Rijk Logistics as its road feeder service partner to extend its delivery network to more than 50 airports across Europe.

The carrier says freight Forwarders will be able to take advantage of its expanding network between London and the US. It says shipments arriving in London from the US will be able to make onward connections to other European Airports such as Brussels, Amsterdam and Frankfurt within 48 hours of departure.

Norwegian says customers can benefit from 15 tonnes of bellyhold capacity in its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners serving six long-haul destinations from London.

Jan de Rijk Logistics senior sales executive air cargo, Robert Kleppers says: “Jan de Rijk Logistics is TAPA TSR1 [Transported Asset Protection Association Trucking Security Requirements] and IATA CEIV [International Air Transport Association Center of Excellence for Independent Validators] Pharma Handling certified, so we can offer any kind of service that will make Norwegian’s cargo proposition even more compelling.”

Norwegian head of cargo, Bjorn Erik Barman-Jenssen says: “Norwegian Cargo can give forwarders even more peace of mind as Jan de Rijk’s extensive trucking network, significant expertise and fleet of specialist vehicles will efficiently support our cargo operations.”



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