Unilode signs Air India ULD deal


Unilode Aviation Solutions has signed a service partnership to manage airfreight unit load devices for Air India.

It will provide management services, along with digitalised containers and pallets from its pool for the carrier’s 120-strong fleet of aircraft which serve 100 domestic and international destinations, offering bellyhold and cargo capacity.

Chief commercial officer, Mohammed Akhlaq, said that Unilode would acquire state-of-the-art ULDs for Air India, contributing to its sustainability goals, as well as providing network-wide global repair services.

He added: “As the owner of the world’s largest ULD fleet, our global reach and scale will ensure we can deliver throughout Air India’s network whilst we commit to acquiring new state-of-the-art ULDs to meet the demands.”

Unilode chief executive, Ross Marino, commented: “We are excited about Air India’s ambitious growth plans, and look forward to contributing to their success and supporting them with Unilode’s full-service ULD management solutions.”


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