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Cathay Pacific and Unilode extend ULD management partnership until 2027

Cathay Pacific and Unilode Aviation Solutions have announced the renewal of their full-service ULD management agreement until 2027.

Frosti Lau, General Manager Cargo Service Delivery, Cathay Pacific, said: “Cathay Pacific Cargo is pleased to renew its contract with Unilode. The refreshed partnership goes beyond traditional ULD leasing and management, with increased commitment from Unilode of digital resources to facilitate Cathay Pacific Cargo’s agenda to further drive productivity, efficiency and safe operations through digitalisation initiatives. Hong Kong is a global hub for specialist and high-value cargo shipments, and Unilode’s digitalisation solution will enable us to offer additional benefits to Cathay Pacific’s special-cargo customers. We value the commitment of Unilode’s senior management team to enhanced assurance of supply for Cathay Pacific, as well as digital project delivery in the next few years.”

Ross Marino, Chief Executive Officer, Unilode, said: “Cathay Pacific is Unilode’s largest ULD management customer, operating a fleet of approximately 26,000 containers and pallets. We are delighted and proud to continue providing our full-service ULD management solutions to Cathay Pacific. We are also excited to broaden the scope of our partnership as we explore new products and services together in order to enhance our service offering. We concluded several trials together in the early stages of our digital development and Cathay Pacific has always been supportive and cooperative in our digital journey. We thank Cathay Pacific for their loyalty, trust and confidence in Unilode, and we look forward to working together for many more years to come.”

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