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Royal Air Maroc becomes Cargo IQ member

Posted 15 March 2019 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc has become the latest airline to join Cargo iQ, signing up at the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA)’s World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Singapore this week.

 

Royal Air Maroc, which is headquarted at Casablanca-Anfa Airport in Morocco, joins more than 80 other Cargo iQ members, including airlines, forwarders, Ground Handling Agents, and IT companies.

Cargo iQ is an IATA interest group with the mission of creating and implementing quality standards for the worldwide air cargo industry.

“Becoming a Cargo iQ member aligns with the values of Royal Air Maroc and our mission to offer a high-quality service to our customers,” said Salim Quouninich, Director Cargo, Royal Air Maroc.

“Membership will allow us to utilise the milestones established by Cargo iQ, as well as access member-generated data to ensure our processes and reporting are at the highest possible industry standard.”

Royal Air Maroc has a network of more than 90 destinations with a fleet of 58 aircraft, one of which is dedicated exclusively to cargo.

“As Cargo iQ continues to grow, we thank our members for their contribution to the air cargo industry, and our work in continually improving the value of airfreight for customers,” said Ariaen Zimmerman, Executive Director, Cargo iQ.

“Cargo iQ is committed to implementing quality standards in air cargo, which could not happen without collaborating with our members, so we would like to offer a warm welcome to Royal Air Maroc as they join the Cargo iQ global network.”

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