Cargo World Network ( CWN ) and Neutral Air Partner ( N.A.P ) two of the most recognised neutral freight solutions global alliances have recently agreed to sign a strategic partnership agreement, aiming to provide first class neutral air & ocean consolidation solutions to the global logistics community.
Christos Spyrou CEO & Founder of Neutral Air Partner says: “ Our partnership with CWN gives our members access to a global network of LCL consolidation specialists and to an innovative platform of ocean freight tools including LCL rate engine and sailing schedules. In addition to our ocean procurement benefit, we will work closely with CWN members providing them competitive and advanced air cargo consolidation solutions and neutral value-added services through our platform of air cargo experts and vendors to the trade.”
Ruben Huber Co-President of Cargo World Network says: “As CWN, we are very pleased to enter this strategic partnership with Neutral Air Partner (NAP). Apart from enabling NAP members to provide CWN global LCL solutions for their customers and combine with their air products creating innovative Sea and Air solutions, our members will get access to the leading, neutral airfreight platform, that compliments the service to our customers whenever a shipment becomes more urgent. Besides the mutual benefit, both networks share similar values and a spirit for innovation that has the potential to further revolutionize our industry “
Neutral Air Partner is the premier global network of leading air cargo architects and aviation specialists. The network was launched on SEP 2016 and presently consists of 130 air cargo partners in 70 countries placing the group as one of the largest air cargo providers worldwide
Cargo World Network is a global association of selected regional operators that are leading the maritime consolidation through cooperative, unified standards. We provide customers with coherent and reliable LCL services and solutions through a partnership that extends beyond the daily business, fostering exchange and cooperation to help customers overcome industry challenges. The network members today cover more than 50 key markets, over 2,000 direct weekly services, are handling more than 5 million CBM annual volumes and employ over 5,000 great individuals.