The urgent logistics specialist keeps growing its Sameday Air network at a breathtaking speed. Now the company has announced the addition of Tokyo, Singapore and Bangkok to its chain of
The step follows the launch of seven offices in mainland China last July and the integration of 16 African stations managed through t:m’s new hub in Brussels.
Mainly benefitting from the integration of the three new Asian destinations will be customers involved in the high-tech, automotive, medtech, semicon sectors, including component and spare part suppliers of these industries, states the company. This concerns both west- and eastbound transport.
In a release published today (14 August) time:matters explains that for standardized transport solutions they utilize the capacity offered by Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines on the carrier’s flights to and from Asia. This ensures fast, frequent, and reliable network coverage and density, states the company.
In addition to this, 21 contracted Sameday Air partners, operating to/from FRA, VIE, MUC, secure seamless connections to the USA, Mexico, Israel and on intra-European routes.
Thanks to Bangkok, Tokyo and Singapore, “we are now connecting further important Asian marketplaces with large European and American business centers via our unparalleled Sameday Air network,” explains COO Lars Krosch. “This represents an important step towards our long-term goal of providing our customers with a highly efficient global Sameday Air network.”
Concerning the service, time:matters emphasizes that air transport is complemented by complex logistics solutions offered to their clients. This includes direct apron access at the hubs serviced, combined with physical monitoring of each individual import, export and transit shipment. Below the line this means that the company guarantees superb reliability and transparency of all missions coupled with speed and flexibility.
CEO Alexander Kohnen of time:matters sums up the network enlargement: “The expansion into the Asian market is a key element of our internationalization strategy and will help us to considerably extend our global quality promise and product range.”
With regard to the latest move, the manager speaks of a logical step following the expansion into China and a response to the specific needs and requirements of his company’s international customer base.