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WFS wins contract to provide cargo handling for Qatar Airways in Stockholm

Posted 19 June 2017 · Add Comment

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), the world's largest air cargo handler, has won a three-year contract to provide cargo handling for Qatar Airways in Stockholm.

The new contract extends WFS’ working relationship with Qatar Airways in Europe, where it is already providing cargo handling services for the airline in Madrid, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Frankfurt and Paris.

Marc Claesen, WFS’ regional vice president, said: “We are delighted to now be working with Qatar Airways at our two hubs in Scandinavia and at other WFS stations in Europe. Winning this contract proves the value and strength of the WFS network, which helps us to build growing relationships with major airlines based on the high quality of our safety, security and service performance.”

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