CMA CGM Air Cargo chooses Jettainer for ULD deal

Jettainer to provide global positioning, maintenance & repair services of a few thousands ULDs under a 5-year contract.

CMA CGM Air Cargo chooses Jettainer for ULD deal

Olivier Casanova, CEO CMA CGM Air Cargo, and Thomas Sonntag, Managing Director of Jettainer, at the IATA World Cargo Symposium in London. (Photo Credit: Jettainer)

Jettainer, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo, has been chosen by CMA CGM Air Cargo, the cargo airline of the CMA CGM Group, to deliver unit load device (ULD) management and maintenance services.

Jettainer will provide global positioning, management, maintenance, and repair services for the fleet of a few thousands ULDs under a five-year contract, says an official release. "In addition, CMA CGM Air Cargo also benefits from Jettainer's monitoring and a high quality of location data so that the ULDs find their way from their forwarders back to the cargo airline and are thus always available, even for short-term charter flights."

Launched in March 2021, CMA CGM Air Cargo operates a fleet of four Airbus A330-200F, complemented by two recently acquired Boeing 777F aircraft, which will grow up to 12 aircraft by 2026, the release added.

Credit: CMA CGM Air Cargo

"With our global team and integrated and intelligent IT solutions, we are able to offer the most efficient ULD management service, guaranteeing the availability of ULDs, reducing costs and additionally contributing to more transparency in the value chain," says Thomas Sonntag, Managing Director, Jettainer GmbH. "We are pleased to be able to support CMA CGM Air Cargo's ambitious growth plans with our ULD service."

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