Condor signs agreement with Unilode

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German leisure carrier Condor has awarded a five-year contract to Unilode Aviation Solutions, for the supply and management of unit load devices.

Condor currently operates a fleet of more than 50 aircraft, including 15 wide-body and 30 narrow-body. The carrier offers scheduled and charter passenger flights worldwide, in addition to recently initiated cargo flights to European destinations.

Unilode will supply, manage, digitalise and repair Condor’s containers and pallets in a hybrid ULD fleet management model, which consists of ULDs dedicated to the airline’s use and assets shared with other carriers in Unilode’s pool.

Bernd Bechtel, Commercial Director Cargo & Airport Relations & Ground Handling Procurement, Condor, said: “We are delighted to partner with Unilode as we highly value their customised solutions and personalised approach to ULD management.

"Given the strong dynamics in the operating environment and the aviation industry in general, the flexible adjustment of ULD stock levels to meet operational requirements was one of the key factors in our decision to partner with Unilode.

"A reliable supply of ULDs is essential for the recovery in our core business of flying passengers, and supports new revenue opportunities, such as our cargo flights. We look forward to growing our operations and working with our new ULD management partner for many years to come.”

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