Western Sydney Airport has signed Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with more air cargo carriers to collaborate on the design of the new freight precinct.
The latest carriers to sign MOUs are dnata and Toll Group, adding to the ten carriers already signed up, including Australia Post (including StarTrack), DB Schenker, DHL Express, DSV Air and Sea, FedEx, Menzies Aviation, Swissport, Qantas Freight, Skyroad Logistics and Wymap.
Graham Millett, chief executive officer, Western Sydney Airport, commented: “This freight precinct has the potential to become Sydney’s most important freight hub, generating thousands of jobs, and we’re thrilled to have two of the industry’s leaders, dnata and Toll Group, on board enabling us to optimise the functionality and design for our freight customers at Sydney’s new Airport,”
Terence Yong, head of cargo, dnata, said: “dnata is excited to partner with Western Sydney Airport in both shaping the future of freight and growing the freight market. This partnership enables dnata to fulfil our strategy of providing the highest level of customer service, as well as offering the most innovative solutions to the market,”
Noel Prosser, general manager aviation, Toll Group, added: “As one of the leading operators of domestic air freight in Australia, Toll is delighted to be sharing its expertise with Western Sydney Airport. We recognise the significant opportunity this new airport creates to service our customers and meet the demands of our freight operations,”