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Tuesday May 8, 2018
believe in partnership and quality,” says Ingo Zimmer, CEO of fast-rising
GSSA ATC Aviation as the 28th CNS Partnership gets underway in Palm Springs,
California, this week.
“Digitalization is coming whether
you like it or not,” declared new CNS President Mike White, as CNS
Partnership opened for business on Monday, May 7.
are very excited about the start up of a second direct destination to Europe
from North America.
“LOT Polish adds Budapest from New York and Chicago in addition to our regular offering from the U.S. (JFK & ORD) and Toronto, Canada, to Warsaw,” said Marek Kasiak, LOT Polish Cargo Manager North America.
“CNS is a great place to get the word out that our three new B787-900s delivery this year add up to seven positions (one additional versus B787-8).”
Marek Kasiak has spent 30-plus years at LOT and professes a love for the business that makes air cargo “a new challenge and adventure everyday.”
Marek makes his U.S. LOT office at Building 86, JFK International Airport, although he says the carrier might locate elsewhere in the airport, maybe in “the same building as DHL Express sometime in the future.”
Marek also said that the Polish government has decided to build a new international airport some 80 kilometers west of Warsaw.
In the planning stages and at work currently securing approvals, the new facility could be more than a decade away, according to sources.
“We are growing as a cargo enterprise, so our time here in Palm Springs serves well to both thank our customers and make new friends.”
LOT carries industrial equipment and vast amounts of Internet sales and spare parts in rich variety.
“Our new Boeing fleet will allow LOT Cargo to spread its wings even further,” Marek Kasiak assures.
Just look at Jens, the beautiful women, and the mountains in Paradise (PSP), California, and the answer is apparent.
“I was thinking about it,” said Jens Tubbesing, Chief Executive Officer of Airline Network Services (ANS), pictured here with Marie Epstein, Vice President Sales and Ana Gerber, Chief Operating Officer in Palm Springs with the beautiful Santa Rosa mountains as backdrop, “my tenure as President of CNS (2002-2004) was the third longest on record after Tony Calabrese, who was the founding President of CNS, and Michael Vorwerk, who was in place slightly longer than me.
“It seems that since my time, the CNS Presidency has changed quite often, and become a bit of a swinging door, but I am unsure why,” Jens said.
“But as CNS President, I actually hired Mike White and I know he is a rock solid individual.
“In any case, the CNS Partnership remains unique and is a must-attend in all the world.
“Just look at all the senior executives from the airline, forwarding, and other services side here, in constant dawn-to-dusk meetings.”
“Our company, ANS, based in Long Island, New York, is building a solid reputation as a GSA.
“ANS offers a fast growing network of fully owned offices, in major cargo centers of the U.S. & Canada.
“All locations are linked and offer coast-to-coast customer service coverage across four time zones,” Jens Tubbesing said.
“Quick response and best price selling is our mission. Making your business easier is our challenge. Making use of highly developed IT processes will fulfill all air cargo requirements in today’s business environment.”
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