The long-haul subsidiary of AirAsia, AirAsia X and the world’s leading provider of outsourced Unit Load Device (ULD) management and repair solutions, Unilode Aviation Solutions recently announced they have extended their ULD management agreement until 2023, this is the second time they have extended during their 10-year partnership.
CEO of Unilode, Benoît Dumont said, “AirAsia X is one of the fastest growing long-haul, low-cost airlines in the world with more than 100 widebody aircraft on order, an increasing cargo business and a pipeline of new destinations to be added to its network.
Unilode continuously enhances its ULD management service by taking its customers’ input, expectations and business objectives into account and is committed to supporting AirAsia X’s ambitious growth plans with customer-focused and innovative ULD solutions. We are pleased to renew our agreement with AirAsia X for the second time during our partnership, which proves the long-term value that Unilode delivers to its airline customers.”
RedCargo Logistics CEO, Pete Chareonwongsak added, “AirAsia X has been Unilode’s loyal customer since 2009 and throughout their partnership has relied on Unilode’s support, expertise and flexibility to supply containers and pallets that meet its exponential passenger and cargo growth and the network demands placed on its widebody fleet.
Unilode’s commitment to invest in a mutually beneficial partnership has convinced AirAsia X that the renewed ULD management agreement will further drive efficiencies, load capacity and the digitalization of its cargo business powered by RedCargo. AirAsia wholly-owned subsidiary, Red Cargo Logistics, relies on partnerships like the one being announced today, as it aims to maximize revenue-generating belly space across all AirAsia and AirAsia X services.”