|Vol. 16 No. 51||
Monday June 5, 2017
Bellinder, United Cargo’s
Vice President Cargo Sales Americas,
and a large contingent from United
Cargo, deliver a clear and consistent
message to the air cargo supply
chain contributors and customers
gathered this week in Orlando
for AirCargo 2017:
Leading The Way
“The reverse is true: we’re
focused more than ever on expanding
and upgrading our service.
Face To Face Connections
“The theme of this year’s AirCargo Conference is ‘Creating Cargo Connections,’ which is a perfect explanation for why United is here in large numbers at Booth 301.”
It's The People“We still believe in the importance of face-to-face interactions.
“We think United Cargo’s people are the best around, so we want potential partners to get to know them personally.
“‘People like to do business with people they like and trust’ might sound like a cliché, but as I read somewhere, ‘Usually, a cliché is a cliché because it’s true.’”
Nice Mix Light & Lively
“A plus this week is that representatives of all the major types of supply chain stakeholders—forwarders, couriers, surface transport providers, airports, and airlines—are gathered in one place just as summer 2017 takes off.”
Collaboration Is Key
“I believe the key innovations
that can move our industry forward
will only be realized through
collaboration, so this is a great
opportunity to share ideas and
‘dream big’ about
what we can accomplish together.
Room To Grow
“But we also know we’re
flying a lot of cargo capacity
empty, particularly on our U.S.
domestic narrowbody flights.
Attitude Not Altitude
“One thing I’ve noticed
among the industry associates
assembling this week is the upbeat
and positive mood.
Business Is Booming
“Specific to United, our
cargo volumes are up more than
20 percent year-over-year through
April, and our first-quarter revenues
were 13 percent higher than Q1
Everybody’s Angel – At The Mike
“Global Cargo Operations VP Angel Ramirez, Director of U.S. Operations Mike Oslansky, Director of International Operations Mark Albrecht, and their teams, along with our first-rate handling and trucking partners (many of whom are here with us in Orlando) are delivering the type of consistent results that make the Sales Teams’ job easier by keeping our customers happy.”
Fishing Around For Happy
“Speaking of being happy,
the atmosphere and attitude in
Orlando this week reminds me of
a famous parable I first heard
when I saw a picture of a smiling
fish above a colleague’s
desk in our China Sales office.
Where Seconds Matter
“I went into a bookstore
recently and asked for a book
on the subject, and they led me
to an entire section with several
shelves of books—all with
brightly-colored covers and each
with a different perspective on
what ‘happiness’ means
and how to achieve it.
Will Pilot The Airline Business
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