ATC Aviation Services, a leading global cargo General Sales and Service Agent (GSSA), has announced a cooperation with Mexico based Aerocharter de Mexico S.A. de C.V. to develop and manage all aspects of cargo sales and operations for Viva Aerobus in Ecuador, providing customers with seamless and efficient air cargo services, effective June 2023.
ATC’s vast network of experienced professionals and innovative technological solutions will enable Viva Aerobus to provide superior cargo services to its customers in Ecuador.
“We are thrilled to partner with Aerocharter and to be entrusted with managing their cargo sales and handling operations in Ecuador,” said Ingo Zimmer, CEO of ATC Aviation. “Our team is dedicated to delivering the highest level of service and expertise to support the success of Viva Aerobus and to meet the evolving needs of their customers”.
“We are excited about our partnership with ATC Aviation and the value we will create in our cargo sales in Ecuador. Their experience and knowledge of the market are the strengths and characteristics of a great partner. We are confident that this is the beginning of a long-term relationship for both companies”, said Luis Ramos, CEO of Aerocharter de Mexico S.A. de C.V.
ATC Aviation Services is one of the biggest and most experienced GSSAs worldwide,
offering expertise and experience based on more than 30 years of business activities across the globe due to a team of top air cargo specialists in all entities.
With a worldwide network of 55 offices in 34 countries on 5 continents, numerous well-known cargo airlines belong to ATCs overall portfolio.
Viva Aerobus operates flights to more than 50 domestic and international destinations across Mexico, the United States and South America. The airline's fleet consists of Airbus A320 and A321neo aircraft. In addition to its passenger services, Viva Aerobus also operates a cargo division, Viva Cargo through Aerocharter as their Total Cargo Management which provides air cargo transportation services to businesses across the whole network.
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