WFS wins cargo Amsterdam cargo handling contract from Lufthansa
Nov 29, 2018: Paris-headquartered Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has been appointed as the cargo handler for Lufthansa Cargo at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
As part of the new contract that is effective February 1, 2019, WFS will handle around 30,000 tonnes per annum, serving the airline’s combined trucked and flown products.
The cargo handler already handles over 220,000 tonnes per annum for some 70 airline customers at Amsterdam Schiphol and expects to see further expansion of its operations at the airport in 2019.
Stephane Scholving, WFS’ newly-appointed General Manager in Amsterdam commented: “In awarding this contract to WFS, Lufthansa has clearly recognised that we share the airline’s high-level commitment to quality, safety and security. We look forward to building a long-term partnership with the airline at one of its major European stations.”
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