The development of air cargo with the integration of functions in a single space has permitted the evolution of cargo terminals and areas towards the "HUB" or air cargo distribution centers, improving the logistics of the transport chain and becoming platforms where diverse activities and types of companies interact.
With AROLA International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) membership, its Authorised Air Cargo Agent (AESA) status, the establishment of its own offices at the major national cargo centres and strategic alliances with international centres, we have obtained a reduction in costs and improved operating times as well as a correct and speedy synchronisation of processes and actions among the different organizations, companies and economic agents.
(A summary of the information on the nature of the goods, weight, packaging requirements, necessary certificates, country-specific requirements, space availability, restrictions, goods preparation, customs clearance, border inspection services, transport, documentation.)
- Priority service
1-2 days. Airport of origin to destination airport. Shipments with a critical delivery time.
- Standard service
3-4 days. Airport of origin to destination airport. Shipments with an average cost/time frame.
- Low-cost service
5-6 days. Airport of origin to destination airport. For goods with a less critical delivery time.
- Combined and multi-modal services
- LCL, cargo consolidation, ULD (pallet, container).
road food services, greater coverage of traffic uptake.
- Perishable goods service with greater preponderance in the air modality
- Hazardous goods, classification, documentation, packaging and labelling.