Thai Cargo renews contract with Menzies across Oceania

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Thai Cargo have renewed their contract with Menzies Aviation to provide cargo services to the carrier at five stations across Australia and New Zealand.

As part of a five-year contract for Thailand’s flag carrier, Menzies will provide cargo handling services at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Auckland.

The team will handle five or six flights per day, adding up to a grand total of 40,000 tonnes of cargo per year.

Menzies Aviation’s cargo network in the region now comprises over 13 stations, with the recent acquisition of Gold Coast Air Terminal Services and two new cargo bases opening in Cairns and Melbourne. Menzies Auckland has also recently secured contracts with Korean Air and Qatar Airways.

Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, said: “Our operations in Oceania continue to go from strength to strength, and our relationships with airline partners like Thai Cargo is a key driver our network’s growth, both regionally and globally. Today’s news is testament to the hard work and high standards of our cargo handling team, and we look forward to working with Thai Cargo.”

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