ECS signs GSSA deal with Italy’s Meridiana

Meridiana is flying with wide-body B767 aircraft and narrow-body B737 aircraft, with a capacity of about 10 tonnes and ECS expects to generate a good 4,000 tonnes perannum by transporting a vast amount of DGR and perishable commodities.


Meridiana is flying with wide-body B767 aircraft and narrow-body B737 aircraft, with a capacity of about 10 tonnes and ECS expects to generate a good 4,000 tonnes perannum by transporting a vast amount of DGR and perishable commodities.

Th e ECS Group has begun representing Meridiana as worldwide general sales and service agent (GSSA), servicing the airline with total cargo management throughout its whole supply chain. ECS sells the complete Meridiana product from all its numerous stations around the globe.

Meridiana offers capacity via its scheduled services from Italy to cargo destinations with wide-body services, including: Dominican Republic, Cancun, Cuba, New York JFK, Mauritius, Dakar, Mombasa and Zanzibar. Th e new threeyear contract will focus mainly on the prime cargo routes to and from Mexico, the US and the Dominican Republic, but also beyond – supported by all global ECS links, the GSSA said.

Meridiana is flying with wide-body B767 aircraft and narrow-body B737 aircraft, with a capacity of about 10 tonnes. ECS expects to generate a good 4,000 tonnes per annum by transporting a vast amount of DGR and perishable commodities.

“We chose ECS because of their very trustworthy reputation and their excellent service. I am sure our new partnership will help us grow in those important cargo markets. ECS’s Total Cargo Management (TCM) is unique in standards, scale and quality,” said Meridiana CEO, Richard Creagh.