CHEP Aerospace Solutions has signed a five-year agreement with Hawaiian Airlines, for the supply and management of ULDs.
CHEP Aerospace Solutions is providing Hawaiian Airlines with containers and pallets from its global pool of more than 58,000 ULDs and will also transition the airline to fuel-saving and more environmentally friendly lightweight containers.
Hawaiian Airlines Managing Director of Cargo Sales and Service, Tim Strauss, said: “As we expand our operations with a growing fleet of aircraft and additional destinations, we also value the flexibility of being able to adjust ULD stock levels on a monthly basis. The supply and management of ULDs by CHEP Aerospace Solutions, our partner in maintenance and repair of ULDs since 1999, will further reduce costs and increase efficiencies. The transition of our container fleet to lightweight units will also provide us with significant fuel savings and reduced carbon emissions. We look forward to continued success with CHEP.”