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Dnata joins forces with air-cargo road feeder services provider Wallenborn

Posted 28 October 2019 · Add Comment

Dnata has joined forces with Wallenborn Transports, Europe’s largest air-cargo road feeder services (RFS) operator.

 

Wallenborn Transports has completed the acquisition of Agility Global Logistics’ interest in Dnata PWC Airport Logistics LLC (DPAL), a Dubai-based premium road feeder services provider, and will now embark on a partnership with Dnata through its ownership in DPAL. The partnership will see the companies develop new products and services, and enter new markets.

The parties have agreed not to disclose the details of the transaction. The current leadership teams will continue to manage the business and operations.

Bernd Leo Struck, senior vice president UAE Cargo & DWC Airline Services, dnata, and Chairman of dnata PWC Airport Logistics, said: "As one of the world’s leading cargo services providers, dnata offers a comprehensive product portfolio, including a broad range of logistics and freight forwarding services, to fully meet the diverse needs of customers.

"We are driven to provide superior services to the regional market. Joining forces with Wallenborn, a leading air-cargo road feeder services operator, helps us enhance our position in this segment and exploit business opportunities both in the UAE and internationally.

"We thank our previous joint venture partner, Agility, for a long-standing and successful partnership with Dnata."

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