Moscow, Russia, October 29, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Kiev subdivision is based at cargo terminal of the international airport and provides the following services:
• Airfreight services using all possible airlines operating from / to KBP airport
• 24 hours road delivery using bonded, standard and consolidated trucks
• Hazardous cargo
• Bulk cargo
• Chilled and Refrigerated cargo
• Customs clearance in KBP airport for import and export
• Terminal handling and storage at warehouses.
In spite of the fact that Russia and Ukraine stopped or minimized their cooperation, the Ukrainian logistics market is continuing to develop. The cargo traffic is shifting to Asia, Middle East and Africa. The airfreight volumes have not practically changed for the first half of 2015. With an overall 30% decrease of goods export from Ukraine, the airfreight results to be still in demand. According to experts’ assessment, the cargo flows get even more concentrated in one capital airport (Boryspil) because of leaving of carriers from the regions as well as closing of some airports in the south and the east of Ukraine. The choice of location for new ACEX office in Ukraine was determined by these factors.
According to Lerman Osmanov, the project coordinator for ACEX Group in Kiev, a new office is ready to offer its foreign partners reliable services and knowledge of logistics peculiarities in the region. ACEX hopes for successful project realization.
Details at http://www.acex.net/en/press_center/2560/
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