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Oman Air Cargo attends Air Cargo Europe 2017

Posted 17 May 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air Cargo participated at Air Cargo Europe 2017 held in Munich from the 9-12 May.

Mohammed Al Musafir, SVP – Commercial Cargo, along with a number of commercial cargo managers welcomed visitors to the Oman Air Cargo stand, which showcased a number of the division’s special products, with specific focus on “Secure Vault”, Oman Air Cargo’s VAL product offering, as well as the airline’s expanding global network and innovative Cargo IT solutions.

Oman Air Cargo worked alongside Oman Airports Management Company (OAMC), to promote the country as a strategic regional cargo hub, with major logistics projects and developments, as the Sultanate shifts its focus towards logistics as a major pillar for economic growth.

Mohammed Al Musafir said: “It’s been a pleasure participating at Air Cargo Europe 2017, the leading Air Cargo industry event, which has given us the platform to highlight a number of our special products, with particular focus on our valuable cargo offering, discuss possible partnerships and agreements to further expand our network, and the pleasure to welcome a great number of visitors to our stand.”

 

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