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ECS Group joins forces with Exp-Air Cargo

[ February 23, 2017   //   ]

World’s leading general sales and service agent ECS Group has teamed up with Montreal-headquartered Exp-Air Cargo in a significant strategic move to consolidate its leadership position as a key general sales and service agent in the Americas.

Exp-Air Cargo, founded in 1990, is a specialist in airline cargo sales and management with a predominant focus on the markets spread across the US and Canada. This alliance marks ECS Group’s consistent effort to expand markets across continents and increase stations in the US and Canada. Besides its Montreal headquarter, Exp-Air Cargo has offices in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton.

With more than 25 years of presence in the North American market, Exp-Air Cargo has partners across the globe. Exp-Air Cargo currently serves several international carriers and they include cargo division of some of the top global airlines representing key geographies.

“Our strength lies in complete care for our customers with a personalized approach and a prompt response to customer requests. The hallmark of Exp-Air Cargo is its open and transparent partnership, where the final objective is to increase mutual revenues, by offering to our customers a great cargo experience with a reliable, fast and safe freight product,” says Danny Olynick, Managing Director, Exp-Air Canada.

Adrien Thominet, COO of the ECS Group says: “We share the same mind-set and have a common vision on how to tackle the challenges we are confronted with. To achieve our objective of deployment, Danny Olynick, Exp-Air Cargo Managing Director, will take control of the commercial development of the USA for ECS Group and will lead the group under the new arrangement.“
The partnership, according to ECS Group, will help to promote and leverage on the core competencies of total cargo management, customer loyalty and expertise in business intelligence and IT. Both ECS and Exp-Air Cargo are equally strong in customer centric solutions and the partnership rests on mutual growth in revenue.

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