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   Vol. 19 No. 64
Friday September 25, 2020
Why CNS Partnership?
CNS Lufthansa Group
Why CNS Partnership?

The Airline

Jan Krems  “IATA and Cargo Network Services (CNS) must recognize that CNS needs to maintain a strong voice for the airline forwarder partnership,” said Jan Krems, President of United Airlines Cargo.
  “Right now thankfully, we seem to be at the doorstep for the hoped for vaccine that will deliver us from the global COVID-19 nightmare.
  “The CNS Partnership is and will remain a vital force for good as the industry works to get things back to normal .
  “We need our trusted organizations to bring us together and make sure that cooperation between all parties not only maintains a single standardized system in place, but also advances our offering through cooperation that touches every aspect of the logistics supply chain.
  “Air cargo cannot carry the airline business alone.
  “Thanks to the brilliance of our team, United Cargo have moved more than 6,000 charters since March.
  “Looking ahead we can expand our impact even more as an air cargo resource as the COVID-19 impact is mitigated.
  “For all of us up and down the line in all aspects of our industry to be as good as we want to be, we need the unique opportunities for cooperation that the CNS advocacy offers working for the advancement and betterment of the entire logistics industry.”


Jo FriggerThe Forwarder

  We asked Joachim Frigger, Chairman of EMO Trans, which has been a continued advocate of CNS Partnership Conference for decades, to share his view on the “partnership” today.
  “The formation of CNS always was and still is a great opportunity for meaningful dialogue between the airlines and freight forwarders.
  “We have always supported this goal and hope that going forward, a balanced view of all participants and their business interests can be maintained.
  “I do regret that CNS has only been created in the U.S. and that this model has not been expanded to other worldwide areas like Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Latin America.
  “The advantage of close cooperation between partners becomes more evident in today's global markets, as geopolitical developments create a great deal of division and uncertainty for all involved.”


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