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Blocked Space Sao Paulo – Air Freight South America

Quick Cargo Service is your expert for import and export transports via air freight to South America (Latin America). With our own air freight consolidation center at Frankfurt Airport, we can optimally handle the sharply increased demand for groupage traffic to South America. Currently we have a very attractive offer to Brazil! Quick Cargo Service has extended blockspace contract for Sao Paulo […]

Air freight USA - one of our core markets

Since Quick Cargo Service was founded 46 years ago, the United States of America has been one of the three most important transcontinental markets in the world and one of the company's core markets. Regardless of all the challenges that have arisen in the meantime as a result of the pandemic, the forecasts for further economic growth are extremely positive. Therefore, Quick Cargo Service will continue its activities in the market [...]

Vietnam air freight on attractive terms

Did you know that we have established our own route management team for Vietnam at our Stuttgart location? Specialized knowledge of country-specific processes and conditions is essential for you and us when it comes to developing successful logistics solutions for Vietnam. With our own air freight consolidation center in Cargo City Süd at Frankfurt Airport, we can [...]

Brexit - what will change in 2022

New Brexit regulations will come into force on January 1 and July 1, 2022. We will inform you briefly and concisely about the changes. Did you actually know that we also have our own warehouse and office in London. Get in contact with our team: Tel. +44 (0) 1753 681900. From January 1st, 2022 The […]

Africa transports with Quick-Cargo-Service

Did you know that global transports to Africa have increased by over 34 percent compared to the previous year? This makes Africa an extremely important growth engine for logistics after Latin America (36,8 percent). Africa - transports of all sizes

Generation handover at the Munich branch

Long-standing Munich branch manager Willi Racz is retiring After more than 32 years, our branch manager Willi Racz retired last Friday. He was an old school thoroughbred haulier. Nothing was too difficult for him, with Willi a very good employee is going into well-deserved retirement. We wish him a great evening of his life [...]

New office in Leipzig

Under the management of the experienced logistics expert Robert Weckwerth, who is currently responsible for the two offices in Berlin, Quick Cargo Service is setting up its own branch on August 1st directly at Leipzig Airport. Quick Cargo Service is thus following its strategy of constant and close-knit network development. Throughout Germany, the company now has 12 offices of its own (Frankfurt, [...]

Quick Cargo Service expands its management team

The long-established IATA shipping company Quick Cargo Service used the Corona period to strategically reposition itself and set up a team of directors. In the future, the management of Quick Cargo Service will consist of a total of seven members: Stephan Haltmayer, CEO, Dr. Jennifer Melnyk, Director Finance, Nico Haltmayer, Director Sales & Business Development, Heidi Haltmayer, Director Administration & Marketing, Markus Klein, [...]

Market Situation Logistics: Strong first half of the year for air and ocean freight

According to a survey by the global consulting firm PwC, the first half of the year was very successful in logistics. Air freight and container shipping looked back on a particularly strong first half of the year, and courier and parcel services also benefited from the rise in online trade during the crisis. As a result, there were significantly more mergers globally in the first half of 2021 [...]

Our aerospace logistics service for the returning travel sector

 Corona is still changing people's everyday lives, and travel and entry restrictions still apply. The summer holidays are approaching and with it the main travel season in Europe. At the airports in Germany, preparations are currently underway for increased tourist traffic. For example, at Frankfurt Airport, Terminal 2 is to be reopened there in June, a sign of the restart. [...]