Air

Our experts focus on delivering predictable and consistent airfreight solutions while providing proactive communication throughout the entire process. Preferential access to aircraft capacity worldwide allows us to customize supply chain solutions for optimal routing, pricing, and delivery speed.

What We Do

  • Provide door-to-door solutions by dedicated, highly trained, and customer-focused employees.
  • Produce customized solutions to meet customer needs.
  • Access preferential capacity through a stratified group of airline service providers. 

Core & Value-Added Services

  • General cargo consolidation
  • Express / time sensitive airfreight
  • Direct airline services
  • Peak period capacity solutions
  • Temperature control
  • Sea+Air / Air+Sea
  • Charter
  • Oversize
  • Dangerous Goods

Our Carrier Partners

As a non-asset based logistics provider Expeditors depends greatly on the performance of our carrier partners to help us deliver a high-quality, competitive and integrated service for our customers.  These airline partners align with our network and strategy, and share our focus on technology, compliance and sustainability. 

Expeditors leverages our global tonnage to secure competitive pricing, access preferential capacity, and create a well-defined engagement that provides consistent and predictable service for our customers.

Case Study

We established our expertise in finished vehicles by air as we effectively managed the transportation of air shipments of six new model vehicles and one vehicle body from Pakistan to Japan.

The focus on the launch of a new vehicle required close attention to Pak Suzuki’s demands and deadline commitments. The handling of prototypes with utmost care was crucial to ensuring that parts were damage-free and secured in transit. 

Read more in our case study

 

 

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Podcast

Episode 19 | Global Air: Capacity Crunch

As if the woes around the semi-conductor chip shortage weren't enough, capacity has been in short supply these days as the global shipping crisis continues to rage on. Senior Vice President of Global Air Kelly Blacker gives an update on what she's been seeing as airlines work to create capacity and take on increasing demand from organizations looking to fly instead of float.