Turkish Cargo, a leading brand providing service to 120 countries in the world thanks to the extensive destination network it offers to its customers, will again take steps to grow its scheduled cargo flights. This time, the carrier has plans to expand its network to include Sao Paulo, one of the largest industrial and trade centres of the South America. This move is scheduled to happen within the month of June 2017.
Brazil, has accomplished exports amounting to a total of 190 Billion USD during 2016 and mainly exports to China. However, given the large number of products exported out of the country, Brazil also exports products to a great number of European and Middle East countries. The products exported by Brazil generally consist of machinery, electrical – electronic equipment, chemical products and automotive parts. Some of these products are already exported by making use of air cargo and belly capacity of Turkish Airlines. Also, there is a wide variety of exported goods such as leather, eggs and medicines. Since it has such a wide range of products and market diversity, it constitutes a market with high potential for the carrier. By building and nurturing a strong network in Latin America, Turkish Cargo is aiming to serve more customers needs and provide services to other destinations within the region.