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Chapman Freeborn scoops Payload Asia Air Charter Broker of the Year award

Oct 30, 2023

Chapman Freeborn scooped the Payload Asia Air Charter of the Year Award at the 10th Payload Asia Awards Banquet 2023 event in Singapore last week (Friday 27th October).

The award recognises the charter broker’s client-focused strategy as it grows into new markets, including Asia Pacific (APAC), where it has doubled its workforce in just one year, opening offices in Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia and expanding in Singapore.

“This year we have focused on growth in the APAC region, and I am proud that we made so much progress in such a short period,” said Eric Erbacher, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chapman Freeborn.

Anton Lomakin, Senior Cargo Charter Manager, Chapman Freeborn (right), receiving the Payload Asia Air Charter Broker of the Year Award

“Chapman Freeborn’s 50 years of experience and reputation as one of the most reliable air charterers in the industry has been recognised by this award.”

The growth of Chapman Freeborn’s APAC workforce is a key component of its global expansion, ensuring its operations are supported by offices across the globe providing customers with industry-specific expertise to fulfil their cargo transport requirements.

Chapman Freeborn is in a phase of growth across all areas, with a particular emphasis on the business aviation sector and the development of its cargo industry verticals - automotive, humanitarian, and energy, oil and gas.

As its operations continue to grow and diversify, the charter broker is focused on maintaining and building strong relationships with clients, suppliers, and partners.

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