Aviapartner Cargo Now Has 15 Cargo Stations in Germany

The agreements call for reciprocal cargo handling services for each others customers.


Aviapartner Cargo is proud to announce that it has signed a formal cooperation agreement with LHU Luft-Hafen Umschlag in Hamburg, Flughafen Dortmund GmbH in Dortmund, RFS Road Feeder Service Speditions GmbH in Düsseldorf, PortGround GmbH in Leipzig and Dresden and Grüne Radler Air Cargo Handling GmbH in Stuttgart.

The agreements call for reciprocal cargo handling services for each others customers. Furthermore it has been agreed upon that all partners will develop a close cooperation in commercial and operational matters. With these partnerships, Aviapartner Cargo’s German network now covers a total of 15 stations.

“With this agreement, we are able to provide competent full cargo-handling services at 15 German stations. We have selected our partners very carefully and have checked on the ability of each partner to deliver a high quality service according to our Aviapartner standards, for the benefit of our customers who will be willing to work with this cooperation”, declared Christian Roigk, Aviapartner’s General Manager Cargo in Germany.

Shanghai Airlines and Eva Air have already started making use of this extended network, which provides us with two important launching accounts for the partnership.

In Germany, Aviapartner Cargo is operating own stations in Berlin-Tegel, Hanover, Cologne, Frankfurt CargoCity North, Frankfurt CargoCity South, Hahn and Munich, as well as a subsidiary company in Münster-Osnabrück and a subcontracting entity to cover Nuremberg. With the formalized cooperation, Hamburg, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Dresden and Stuttgart will join the list.

Besides Germany, Aviapartner Cargo offers a network of cargo handling stations in Belgium, the Netherlands and France, totalling 32 stations.

Aviapartner is the only handling company in Germany additionally providing full ramp handling services in Hanover, Cologne, Munich and Düsseldorf, and holding licences in Leipzig and Nuremberg.

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