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Working with carefully selected air carriers for freight shipping, we operate with schedules on all the world’s major routes so you can plan with certainty and become more efficient. We offer a range of highly flexible products which allow a choice of delivery speeds to best suit your requirements.

Experience

Through our extensive experience and network, we have forged strong working relationship with reputable airlines through out the world.

Flexibility

We provide customers the flexibility for more frequent flight, additional cargo space and reliable schedule while ensuring high service level.

Our Air Freight Services Offers:

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General Cargo

General cargo includes high value goods, such as electronics, jewellery and pharmaceuticals. Air shipping is more expensive than shipping by sea.

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Perishable Goods

Perishable Goods shipments are for goods that are vulnerable to extremes of temperature, high humidity and susceptible to damage, necessitating careful transportation.

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Dangerous Goods

Dangerous Goods shipments are for goods that when transported by aircraft are a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. They include: explosives, radioactive, flammable liquids or volatile chemicals.

Frequently Ask Question

Air freight shipping, or air cargo allows the transport of goods quickly by air. Shipping cargo by air has always been a high cost-to-weight form of shipment, countered by the fact that it’s the fastest way to transport goods internationally. Air freight, on the other hand, means the amount to be paid for the transportation of goods by air. When goods are shipped from one place to the other, the amount paid for the movement of the goods is called freight. Therefore, air freight means the charges paid for air transport.

There is a long list of prohibited items, and it varies by national law and airline regulations. With less obvious examples in brackets, these prohibited items include:

  • gases (e.g. lamp bulbs)
  • all things flammable (e.g. perfume)
  • toxic or corrosive items (e.g. batteries)
  • magnetic substances (e.g. speakers)
  • public health risks (e.g. untanned hides)
  • oxidizers and biochemical products (e.g. chemical medicines)
  • anything with a danger sign on the packaging.

If you are considering air cargo, you should carefully discuss the nature of your cargo with our support team. And don’t forget to mention ancillary items like handles.

Packaging can also be subject to restrictions. For instance, there is a maximum weight restriction to corrugated fibreboard boxes.

Freight forwarders like us rely on the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR) manual every day to make sure dangerous goods are transported safety and efficiently. You can find IATA DGR database product derived here.

  • Air freight is best used when the cost of shipping is less than 15-20% of the value of the goods. 
  • Air freight is faster, safer and more reliable than ocean freight, but it’s also more expensive.
  • Airlines also have stricter regulations when it comes to shipping hazardous materials.

Our Air Freight Projects:

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