Silk Way West extends partnership with ACL Airshop

Silk Way West Airlines and ACL Airshop have renewed their partnership by signing a multi-year unit load device (ULD) management agreement.

Extending their collaboration will help Silk Way West Airlines streamline its cargo handling processes and ACL Airshop will provide advanced ULD solutions to enhance cargo protection, tracking and supply chain visibility.

The partnership emphasises an ongoing commitment to environmentally sustainable practices and will include joint initiatives to reduce carbon footprint and promote eco-friendly solutions.

It also provides innovative logistics management and state-of-the-art technologies to improve services, streamline logistics and offer substantial cost savings.

The introduction of Bluetooth for real-time ULD tracking is a key part of the partnership.

Vugar Mammadov, Vice President CIS and Central Asia at Silk Way West Airlines, says, “This strategic collaboration with ACL Airshop is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional service and value to our customers. By combining our strengths, we aim to set a new benchmark in air freight logistics and contribute to the growth of the global cargo industry.”

Steve Townes, President and CEO of ACL Airshop, says, “We are excited about the opportunities that this strategic partnership brings. Together with Silk Way West Airlines, we will drive innovation, enhance operational efficiency, and create a more sustainable and resilient air cargo ecosystem.”

Maurice van Terheijden, Managing Director EMEA at ACL Airshop, adds, “Both companies Silk Way West Airlines and ACL Airshop boast cultures of exceptional performance, making it an honour for us to evolve in tandem with our partner.”