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ABC names Network Cargo Systems GSSA for USA and Canada

January 26 - Network Cargo Systems International Inc, has been chosen as the general sales and service agent (GSSA) for AirBridgeCargo Airlines in the US and Canada.

Founded in 1992, Network Cargo Systems has offices in New York, Atlanta, Houston, Orlando, Denver, Los Angeles, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver as well as throughout the Caribbean and Mexico to serve clients' activities in the South Pacific, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean.

"As a result of the cooperation agreement with AirBridgeCargo, we are able to offer our customers reliable services to the Russian market with its strong economic growth. We can provide an excellent product using on-stop cargo flights operated by AirBridgeCargo to Moscow Sheremetyevo and services in domestic Russia as well as excellent timings to Central Asia," said Howard Jones, president of Network Cargo Systems.

"Making the freight forwarding industry feel at ease in dealing with AirBridgeCargo will be our focus (in North America) as they need fast response times to quotes, updated information on bookings, uplift information, post flights and accurate information on what is happening in regards to rules and regulations in the Russian market," he said.

Ludwig Hamburger, ABC's regional director for Europe, Mideast, Africa, added: "We have access to a tried and tested international network in the shape of Network Cargo Systems. We believe that this cooperation will enable us to increase load factors on our Russian and Central Asia routes to an even greater degree."

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January 23 - United Heavy Lift (UHL) has updated its fleet list to include nine Eco Lifter multipurpose vessels that were previously delivered to Zeamarine. 
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January 24 - The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has praised the implementation of the 0.5 percent sulphur cap on marine fuel, claiming that, so far, the transition has been “relatively smooth”, although charter party disputes are expected to emerge soon.
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