Onboard courier business surges on tight capacity

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Onboard Courier (OBC) services are thriving on the back of cargo capacity constraints due to the ongoing reduction in global flights.
Aerospace logistics specialist B&H Worldwide says customers are turning to OBC as a reliable means of delivering their time-critical AOG shipments. The company says it has seen a rapid expansion in its OBC services in the last few months as an alternative option to traditional freight movements.

Gustavo Mundel B&H
Gustavo Mundel
Requests for aerospace OBCs first began rising during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic and this is continuing to gather pace even with the restart of flights on many routes, it says.
To cater to this surging demand in OBC requirements, B&H Worldwide is enhancing its services to key locations including the US, Latin America, Asia and intra-Europe.
Newly appointed product service manager Gustavo Mundel will be responsible for leading the development and market roll-out of B&H’s both OBC and new product-service offerings, to customers and its agent network to drive competitiveness and growth.
“This is such an exciting time to be joining the global team as we seek to further extend our global reach with an even greater range of products,” says Mundel. “It’s a demanding, dynamic and fast-moving business and I am looking forward to working with the team to further grow our service offering.”

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