Turkish Cargo has been selected as the Best Air Cargo Brand in Europe In the Field of Sustainability

posted on 24th May 2022 by Eddie Saunders
Turkish Cargo has been selected as the Best Air Cargo Brand in Europe In the Field of Sustainability

Turkish Cargo, the global air cargo brand, crowned the ecological policies that are being implemented within the framework of its activities worldwide with an award.

The air cargo carrier was selected as the best air cargo brand in Europe and deemed worthy of the “Sustainable Cargo Airline of the year 2022: EUROPE” at the Freightweek Sustainability Awards 2022.

The winners of the Freightweek Sustainability Awards, held on yearly basis by the Freightweek magazine, are selected upon the votes of the readers and the participants from each field of the air cargo ecosystem.

The prestigious awards program incorporates overarching categories that cover the top-ranking air cargo brands, airports, handling companies, container and ULD vendors in respect of sustainability, as well as all stakeholders of the air cargo operations such as air cargo technologies, drone technologies, storage services.

Turhan Ozen, Chief Cargo Officer of Turkish Airlines, remarked as follows; “Already honored with the “Best Air Cargo Brand in Europe,” Turkish Cargo has been awarded with the “Sustainable Cargo Airline of the year 2022: EUROPE” prize by Freightweek Sustainability Award 2022, in recognition of its contribution to making the world a better place to live in.

“Congratulations to all our employees who have contributed to deserving this award.

“During the last decade, our carrier has been developing its operations worldwide and is now operating more than 340 destinations globally.

“With innovative approaches, we aim to deliver effective solutions to our customers and industry partners.

“Within this scope, Turkish Cargo has recently inaugurated its new hub, SMARTIST, at İstanbul Airport.

“This new facility is a major example of the brand’s commitment to offer high-end services, enhanced with smart technologies and digitalization to shape the future of the global air cargo business”.