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With the aim to define new strategies and create a seamless supply chain in Asia and Southeast Asia, Aeroflot Russian Airlines, in association with Delmos Aviation, organised the Asian Agents Conference last week. Delmos Aviation represents Aeroflot in India as its GSSA Cargo and led the Conference. Delegates from Thailand, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Aeroflot Russian Airlines officials, attended the event.
Aeroflot’s Cargo Head, Korolev Oleg K said that the increasing demand in logistics meant that there was also a need for new routes for a seamless end-to-end supply chain.
“Furthermore, with the advent of technological innovations, initiating a collaborative approach to make the air cargo industry much better prepared and equipped is the need of the hour. Keeping this in mind, Aeroflot Russian Airlines with Delmos Aviation organized this conference, bringing all its respective agents together,”.
Korolev Oleg K
As India is an emerging global logistics supply chain hub, the conference is the way forward to consolidate the presence of Aeroflot Russian Airlines across Asia and other parts of the globe.
“It’s a good initiative on the part of Aeroflot Russian Airlines. All the respective agents have unique strengths and presence in their respective markets. Coming together will enhance our combined strengths and capabilities.”
Naveen Rao, Director of Delmos Aviation
He also said that the integrated group will offer a comprehensive, all-inclusive range of services, including sales, marketing, revenue optimisation, network operations, quality, safety, security management, interline management, claim handling, and charter operations. The group will facilitate supply chain movement, and we see a definite surge in demand for air cargo logistical services in Russia and CIS nations.”