AirBridge Cargo first Russian member of Cargo 2000
Scheduled cargo airline AirBridge Cargo, part of the Volga-Dnepr Group, has become the first Russian member of Cargo 2000, a coalition of air freight and logistics firms aiming to reduce the number of processes in the air cargo supply chain.
'It has always been our intention to join Cargo 2000 once we had the management team and processes in place to support the implementation of Cargo 2000's quality system,' said Stan Wraight, vice president of the Volga-Dnepr Group responsible for scheduled cargo operations. 'Coupled with the introduction of a new IT system in 2007, we are now ready to move forward with Cargo 2000.'
AirBridge Cargo is the 22nd airline to join Cargo 2000. Other airline members are Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, Asiana, Austrian Airlines, British Airways World Cargo, Cargolux, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Etihad, JAL, KLM, Korean Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo, Nippon Cargo Airlines, Polar Air Cargo, SAS Cargo, Singapore, Swiss WorldCargo and United Airlines.