Vietjet and UPS join hands for global cargo transportation from Asia

posted on 16th November 2020 by Eddie Saunders
Vietjet and UPS join hands for global cargo transportation from Asia

Vietjet and UPS, a global leader in logistics, have entered a historic agreement to leverage each other’s global and regional network by further growing trade lanes from Asia to destinations in the US.

Accordingly, the agreement provides Vietjet with access to UPS’s extensive global network via UPS’s “browntails” while UPS will be able to tap on Vietjet’s extensive reach within Vietnam, Thailand and all over Asia region, to serve businesses in more areas and at quicker speeds.

For the first time on September 26, 2020, UPS and Vietjet successfully operated a cargo flight from Hanoi to the US with one stop in Incheon (South Korea). The service has been operated with one service per week since then. The transported cargo, including garment products, seafood, medical commodities and other general cargo, are collected from all Vietjet’s hubs in Vietnam, Thailand and other Asian destinations to Hanoi.