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Swiss WorldCargo expands its network to South Korea

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Swiss WorldCargo has announced the expansion of its international network with the launch of a new route between Zurich and Seoul, South Korea, to be served by SWISS and Swiss WorldCargo, commencing on 7 May 2024.

This new lane will connect Switzerland to one of East Asia’s major freight destination and significant economic hubs, renowned for its robust electronics manufacturing and high-tech industry.

Operated via the A340 passenger flights, this service underscores Swiss WorldCargo’s commitment to providing swift, customizable, sustainable, and reliable transportation solutions to its customers worldwide.

Electronics being transported via airfreight includes a wide range of products, from consumer electronics like smartphones and laptops to sophisticated IT equipment and other components.

Swiss WorldCargo is equipped to handle the special requirements that these consignments demand, including safety standards, especially for items like lithium-battery-powered products.

Lorenzo Stoll, Head of Cargo at SWISS said: “Connecting one of the most vibrant Asian hubs to the heart of Europe underlines our commitment to reduce distances and promises to strengthen trade lanes between two thriving economies.

“With Swiss WorldCargo serving the Seoul region as of today, our customers can look forward to reliable, efficient and high-quality services across various sectors in the area.”

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