Above all, we care, your goods will fly with us.
Our global airfreight teams, located in key areas worldwide, are always available to support you. Our professional approach will give to your air shipments the best in service, speediest and most cost-effective way possible.
(time-critical shipment requirements)
The fastest transit time with agreed and planned delivery time (door-to-door) Carrier’s express product
(time defined shipments with effective routing and proactive monitoring)
Consolidation business at your services for all Worldwide destinations, the traditional airfreight product.
(the best saving options)
Your best choice to save substantial costs by longer transit time, but still within the requested arrival deadline.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Frequently asked questions
What is a house waybill?
The consolidator issues his own House Waybill (HWB) for each shipment and each customer receives a copy to identify his consignment. The House Waybills are forwarded with the consol, in a sealed envelope attached to the Master Waybill accompanied by a manifest itemising all the shipments by House waybill number for identification purposes at destination. Cargo identification labels will show both Air Waybill numbers.
What is chargeable weight?
In airfreight the chargeable weight is the actual gross weight or volume weight whichever is higher apart from certain exceptions.
What goods are classed as dangerous goods?
Dangerous Goods (also referred to as hazardous materials or restricted articles), are described as articles or substances that are capable of posing a significant risk to health, safety or property when transported by air.
The following are some examples of dangerous goods that must be declared at time of booking:
Oil-based paint and thinners (flammable liquids)
Insecticides, garden chemicals (fertilizers, poisons)
Lithium Batteries (not in cameras)
Machinery (chain saws, outboard engines containing fuel)
Fuel for camp stoves, lanterns, torches or heating elements
Any compound, liquid or gas that has toxic characteristics
What is an IATA Number?
A number associated with a forwarder or broker who has been approved and is recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to receive cargo, issue air waybills and other documents for carriers and collect charges for air shipments.