Workshops are designed to provide a mix of learning and fun and give us an opportunity to engage on the various developments with the airline.
Cathay Pacific Cargo conducted its first ever workshop for the freight forwarders in Mumbai on 27 April 2016 at The Hyatt Regency. This workshop was held to update the trade on the recent developments within the airline, especially those pertaining to the freighter forwarders in Mumbai.
The event witnessed active participation from over 40 freight forwarders. The half-day session covered a range of topics that included Cathay Pacific Cargo’s operations from India, the network, products & services, e-services etc. along with interactive sessions that comprised of fun games and a quiz.
Anand Yedery, Regional Cargo Manager-South Asia, Middle East & Africa said, “Our workshops are designed to provide a mix of learning and fun. They give us an opportunity to engage with our partners in a more relaxed atmosphere and at the same time update them on the various developments within our airline. This workshop was the first of its kind for the freight forwarders. The response was overwhelming and from the positive feedback received we know that they look forward to these workshops. We hope to be able to organize these workshops around the country in the future.”
From its origins as a small regional freight operator established in 1946, Cathay Pacific Airways has grown to become one of the world’s leading international air cargo carriers. Cathay Pacific Cargo freighters currently operate to 44 destinations around the world. The airline has developed a wide range of service options to meet the growing needs of its customers. It’s cargo products include Wine LIFT, Pharma LIFT, Priority LIFT, DG LIFT, Fresh LIFT, Live Animal LIFT, Secure LIFT, Courier LIFT and Expert LIFT.
Cathay Pacific is also one of the biggest air cargo operators in India with 25 weekly scheduled freighter services to and from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata. Cathay Pacific and Dragonair also uplift cargo in the belly of their passenger aircraft. The two airlines jointly operate 48 weekly passenger flights from India to Hong Kong.