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Royal Air Maroc Cargo and ECS Group launch freight service from USA, Canada to Africa

Posted 31 October 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc Cargo has launched a new service dedicated to the shipment of personal belongings from the USA and Canada to an extended number of countries in Africa, with special promotional rates for all bookings made until the 15th of November 2017.

ECS group said it is confident in the success of the initiative managed by its subsidiaries. The teams of Globe Air Cargo in USA & Exp-Air Cargo in Canada are already actively promoting the offer which responds to the large North and West African communities’ demand. Globe Air Cargo in France is getting ready to be the next country to launch this service. 

To celebrate this launch, Royal Air Maroc Cargo & ECS Group sponsored a special double-header soccer match on the 7th of October in New Jersey, featuring the New York Red Bulls against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

 

 

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