Maersk has launched an air freight service between Europe and China to add agility to customer supply chains. 

They opened an air freight hub at Billund Airport in Denmark to avoid congestion and delays.

The airport facility in Billund has a 4000 m² import and 13,000 m² export facility.

It provides customers with end-to-end air freight services through their own controlled capacity and a global network of scheduled flights.

They launched a new air freight service with scheduled flights between Greenville - Spartanburg and Incheon, Korea,by Amerijet International.

Maersk opened a new Chicago air freight gateway facility to add supply chain integration opportunities for customers.

The facility in Billund features separate areas for cold storage, dangerous goods, scanning and ULD handling.

Maersk Air Cargo team with pilots,maintenance staff, a flight operations team are available to secure reliability for customers.

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