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The WACO System (World Air Cargo Organisation) is an exclusive network consisting of a number of independent freight management companies.

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WACO MEMBERS JOIN FORCES TO TRANSPORT REPLACEMENT JET ENGINES TO PAKISTAN 


WWG Consolidators and Dimotrans collaborate through The WACO System network to deliver seamless global transport distribution

 

London, UK, Thursday 16th May 2019 – Dimotrans and WWG Consolidators have transported two turbofan jet engines from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in France to Karachi Jinnah International Airport (KHI), in Pakistan.

Pakistan-based WWG Consolidators partnered with Dimotrans in France, after WWG Consolidators won the tender to transport an Airbus a320 turbojet engine and a Boeing 777 engine in two separate projects.

“Aircraft engines are a non-conventional cargo shipment, so we took advantage of our French partner in WACO and asked Dimotrans to provide support at the European end of the project,” Hassan Madni, Director, Corporate Business Development, WWG Consolidators.

“WACO is all about being one company in many different countries and both shipments were completed seamlessly thanks to our relationship with our partner in France and their aerospace expertise.”

The engines were flown first to Doha, and then on to Karachi Jinnah International Airport, as replacements for use in grounded aircraft.

“The aim of WACO is to bring independent players in the freight management business together to collaborate, share resources, and gain new business opportunities through one platform,” said Richard Charles, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), The WACO System.

“Both companies compete successfully on a global level.”

The total weight of the CFM56-5B4P Airbus A320 engine was 8800 kg, and the Boeing 777 GE90-94B weighed 9800 kg.

“Both shipments went smoothly and without problems because of careful pre-flight planning and close coordination with our partner, WWG Consolidators,” said Louis-Philippe Figueiredo, Air Freight Director, Dimotrans France.

“We collaborate with WACO members worldwide, and already have more upcoming projects in the pipeline with WWG Consolidators.”

ENDS

About THE WACO SYSTEM

Founded in 1973, WACO is the world’s foremost independent global freight management and logistics organisation.

WACO has a community of 120 members in 116 countries with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year including one million tons of airfreight.

The exclusive network has a combined annual turnover of USD four billion.

The company is an Association owned by its members with its Corporate Head Office in Zurich, Switzerland, and operational management in London, UK.

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WACO MEMBERS JOIN FORCES TO TRANSPORT REPLACEMENT JET ENGINES TO PAKISTAN

WWG Consolidators and Dimotrans collaborate through The WACO System network to deliver seamless global transport distribution

London, UK, Thursday 16th May 2019 – Dimotrans and WWG Consolidators have transported two turbofan jet engines from Charles de Gaul Airport (CDG) in France to Karachi Jinnah International Airport (KHI), in Pakistan.

Pakistan-based WWG Consolidators partnered with Dimotrans in France, after WWG Consolidators won the tender to transport an Airbus a320 turbojet engine and a Boeing 777 engine in two separate projects.

“Aircraft engines are a non-conventional cargo shipment, so we took advantage of our French partner in WACO and asked Dimotrans to provide support at the European end of the project,” Hassan Madni, Director, Corporate Business Development, WWG Consolidators.

“WACO is all about being one company in many different countries and both shipments were completed seamlessly thanks to our relationship with our partner in France and their aerospace expertise.”

The engines were flown first to Doha, and then on to Karachi Jinnah International Airport, as replacements for use in grounded aircraft.

“The aim of WACO is to bring independent players in the freight management business together to collaborate, share resources, and gain new business opportunities through one platform,” said Richard Charles, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), The WACO System.

“Both companies compete successfully on a global level.”

The total weight of the CFM56-5B4P Airbus A320 engine was 8800 kg, and the Boeing 777 GE90-94B weighed 9800 kg.

“Both shipments went smoothly and without problems because of careful pre-flight planning and close coordination with our partner, WWG Consolidators,” said Louis-Philippe Figueiredo, Air Freight Director, Dimotrans France.

“We collaborate with WACO members worldwide, and already have more upcoming projects in the pipeline with WWG Consolidators.”

ENDS

About THE WACO SYSTEM

Founded in 1973, WACO is the world’s foremost independent global freight management and logistics organisation.

WACO has a community of 120 members in 116 countries with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year including one million tons of airfreight.

The exclusive network has a combined annual turnover of USD four billion.

The company is an Association owned by its members with its Corporate Head Office in Zurich, Switzerland, and operational management in London, UK.

More at waco-system.com

About WACO

Founded in 1973, WACO is the world’s foremost independent global freight management and logistics organisation.

WACO has a community of 120 members in 116 countries with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year including one million tons of airfreight.

The exclusive network has a combined annual turnover of USD four billion.

The company is an Association owned by its members with its Corporate Head Office in Zurich, Switzerland, and operational management in London, UK.

More at waco-system.com

Our Vision

The objective of SESAR is to modernise European ATM by defining, developing and delivering new or improved technologies and procedures (SESAR Solutions).

SESAR’s vision builds on the notion of trajectory-based operations’ and relies on the provision of air navigation services (ANS) in support of the execution of the business or mission trajectory — meaning that aircraft can fly their preferred trajectories without being constrained by airspace configurations.

SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects. A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders. The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014. The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement. To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.