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Jettainer create shoulder bags made out of unit loading devices

Posted 5 March 2014 · Add Comment

Jettainer, the leading international service partner for outsources ULD management, is bringing its used ULDs back to life.

Trendy shoulder bags have been created out of former loading equipment, and are now available for sale at Lufhansa WorldShop. 

“What initially started out as a gift for customers quickly developed into a best-seller. The latest edition of 500 bags was completely sold out within 3 days. Due to the high demand we have now made both a limited and open edition available for customers this season. We are glad to see our containers continuing to travel the world, even if they are technically retired”, said Martin Kraemer, head of marketing and PR at Jettainer. 

The bags are made of original air cargo tarpaulin with a sewn-on label. An air cargo buckle belt serves as a shoulder strap. While a container pull loop is being re-used as the carry handle, a piece of cargo net with a lashing hook is now a key ring. The bags are available in red or grey at Lufthansa WorldShop.

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