Turkish Cargo signs repair agreement with Unilode Aviation Solutions

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Turkish Cargo signed a three-year agreement with Unilode Aviation Solutions, leading in outsourced unit load device (ULD) management and repair services, for the maintenance and repair of its ULD fleet. 

Vural Ursavas, SVP Cargo Operations, at Turkish Airlines commented, “Connecting continents with 97 freighter destinations, Turkish Cargo has been developing its global activities to become one of the most preferred air cargo brands in the world. This cooperation will be providing operational sustainability, allowing high availability and better utilisation of assets for Turkish Cargo in terms of repair management. Working with Unilode at multiple locations will be ensuring consistent quality and repair compliance across our network, and we look forward to carrying out a constructive partnership for improved performance and efficiency.”

This cooperation will provide operational sustainability, allowing high availability and better utilisation of assets for Turkish Cargo

Unilode will repair Turkish Cargo’s standard and heavy-duty pallets, pallet nets, cargo and special containers at 22 locations in Unilode’s EASA and FAA-certified repair network in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the Americas, to complement Turkish Airlines’ in-house repairs in Istanbul, Turkey.

Marc Groenewegen, chief commercial officer and managing director MRO Solutions, Unilode Aviation Solutions said, “Turkish Cargo’s worldwide destinations overlap with several repair stations owned and operated by Unilode that makes it possible to repair ULDs where the damage occurs to significantly reduce ULD repositioning needs, fuel burn and CO2 emissions. ULD fleet availability, especially in peak seasons, is crucial for airlines’ operations, and we are committed to helping Turkish Cargo increase its asset utilisation through quick repair turnaround times in our global MRO network.”

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