Emirates SkyCargo opens up a new trade lane to South America

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Emirates SkyCargo is adding Santiago, Chile to its network of cargo destinations from 5 July, offering up to 15 tonnes of belly cargo capacity on its B777-200LR aircraft.

Santiago will be Emirates SkyCargo’s sixth destination in South America following Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Viracopos, Buenos Aires and Ciudad del Este. The air cargo carrier will be offering customers up to 15 tonnes of cargo capacity on its Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.

With the launch of its services to Santiago, Emirates SkyCargo will be able to facilitate Chilean exports of salmon and other perishables to destinations on its global network. Chile is the world’s second largest producer of farmed salmon and exports of salmon from the country were valued at over USD 4.6 billion in the year 2017.

The main import commodities into Santiago are expected to be e-commerce shipments from East Asia. In 2017, Emirates SkyCargo moved a total of 48,000 tonnes of cargo to and from South America.

SkyCargo said the new service will also offer one of the fastest flight connections for cargo from Chile to destinations in East Asia including Shanghai, Middle East and Russia through Dubai.

Together with the rapid flight time, Emirates SkyCargo also offers a suite of specialised transportation solutions for perishable cargo – Emirates Fresh – to help ensure the freshness of Chilean salmon and fruits during transit.

Emirates SkyCargo’s state of the art cargo terminals in Dubai also have extensive cool chain facilities including dedicated temperature controlled storage areas and equipment such as Cool Dollies and thermal blankets to ensure cargo is well protected against thermal radiation.

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Emirates SkyCargo opens up a new trade lane to South America
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Emirates SkyCargo is adding Santiago, Chile to its network of cargo destinations from 5 July, offering up to 15 tonnes of belly cargo capacity on its B777-200LR aircraft.
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