Japanese carrier ANA Cargo, the freight arm of All Nippon Airways, has taken another stride in enhancing its services by introducing the PRIO FRESH service for international perishable airfreight transport.
This new offering is part of the airline’s PRIO portfolio of value-added services for international cargo, catering to the specific needs of customers transporting time-sensitive perishable goods.
With the inclusion of temperature-controlled trucks for domestic road feeder services, ANA Cargo aims to further elevate the efficiency and reliability of its cargo transportation.
As the demand for fresh and perishable goods continues to grow globally, the need for specialized transportation services becomes increasingly vital.
PRIO FRESH addresses this demand by providing an added layer of protection and care for perishable cargo during its journey through the skies.
Customers can now choose this service on flights departing from major Japanese airports, including Haneda, Narita, Kansai, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Chitose.
ANA Cargo had already offered thermal blankets to safeguard cargo from high ambient temperatures, particularly in sunny ramp conditions. This earlier initiative helped protect sensitive shipments, with the exclusion of those traveling on Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 flights.
The introduction of PRIO FRESH goes a step further, utilizing advanced temperature-controlled systems to ensure that perishable items maintain their freshness and quality throughout the transportation process.