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C.A.L. Cargo Airlines joins Cargo 2000

August 14 - C.A.L. Cargo Airlines is the latest airline to join Cargo 2000's quality management system.

Established in 1976 and privately owned. C.A.L. carries approximately 75,000 tonnes of cargo annually, exporting a range of goods from Israel, and importing heavy machinery and other specialised cargo from all over the world.

The airline owns and operates two Boeing 747-200F aircraft, each with a capacity of over 110 tonnes, on scheduled services seven times a week from Tel Aviv to Liege as well as a twice-weekly transatlantic route from Liege to New York.

Isaac Tobaly, President of C.A.L. said: "Our goal as a company is to consistently improve. We have decided to implement the Cargo 2000 quality management system to improve our processes and information flow and to emphasise our commitment to the highest possible levels of customer service."

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Wallenius SOL to add Vaasa call

September 19 - Wallenius SOL – the joint venture of Wallenius and Swedish Orient Line (SOL) – will add Finland’s port of Vaasa to its regular liner network from November 2019.
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CLG takes flight

September 19 - CargoLogic Germany (CLG) has been granted an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the German civil aviation authority and is ready to commence commercial operations.
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ALG members move helicopter trio

September 19 - Talk Cargo, Compass Forwarding and Pan Logistics teamed up to transport three MD 600N helicopters from Turkey to the USA.
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ABC and CLA go online

September 18 - Bookings for capacity on AirBridgeCargo (ABC) and CargoLogicAir (CLA) flights can now be completed via the digital platform.
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