Amerijet strengthens position in Poland, Baltic region with Strike Aviation
The new contract will provide Amerijet's clients with various additional options, including a broader choice of services, global growth, and a stronger market position.
Amerijet International, a cargo airline headquartered in the United States, signed a representation deal with Strike Aviation, an international air freight firm, in early November.
Strike Aviation has had a presence in Poland since 2013, with its headquarters in Warsaw and a branch in Krakow. In addition, the corporation has a presence in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. The new contract will provide Amerijet's clients with various additional options, including a broader choice of services, global growth, and a stronger market position.
"We are delighted to partner with Strike Aviation for representation in Poland and the Baltic Region. Strike Aviation is an innovative company, and we are excited to develop new relationships and provide industry-leading solutions for our customers," said Eric Wilson, CCO of Amerijet.
"Strike Aviation is continually expanding its network of world-class airlines in line with the demand for international air cargo. We can see a huge potential for cargo transport between Poland and Latin America. The new partnership with Amerijet will allow us to tap this potential and significantly strengthen our position in the Polish market. It is another important step toward the successful development of Strike Aviation. In cooperation with Amerijet, we will have the opportunity to transport both standard and oversized cargo," said Andrius Antanaitis, Director of Business Development for Europe at Strike Aviation.
Amerijet has been known for almost 50 years as one of the most important cargo carriers in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America regions and has recently strengthened its position in Europe.