Brussels Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe, handling 21.8 million passengers and 495,000 tonnes of freight annually. Brussels Airport links the European capital with 238 destinations worldwide that are served by 78 different airlines (figures 2016).
Brussels Airport caters for the specific needs of the business traveller, and also has the largest low-fare offer in Belgium. Brussels Airport is the second most important centre of economic growth in Belgium, providing direct and indirect employment for 60,000 people.
Brussels Airport is operated by Brussels Airport Company. The shareholders are the Belgian State (25%) and a consortium of private investors (75%).
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With more than 40 years of experience in the cargo industry, Amerijet operates its own dedicated freighter fleet of B767-300/200 aircraft from its primary hub at the Miami International Airport to 32 countries throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. The company provides more main deck capacity to more destinations with more frequencies than any other all-cargo operator in its service region. Amerijet’s global network reaches 476 destinations in Europe, Asia, Pacific, South Africa and the Middle East with seamless and transparent transportation solutions for customers shipping time-sensitive, valuable and temperature controlled commodities.
Amerijet’s Miami 19,509 square-meter export and 9,290 square-meter imports air cargo handling facilities include a custom-built 6,340 cubic-meter perishable handling center providing refrigerated, frozen and chilled storage to maintain the cold chain integrity of pharmaceuticals and perishables during the transportation process. Advanced monitoring procedures, real-time shipment alerts and cargo tracking provide end-to-end visibility of every shipment.
Within the United States, Canada and Mexico Amerijet partners with premium regional and local asset-based carriers to provide full truckload, less-than-truckload and expedited services. Throughout the company’s international service region in the Caribbean, Central and South America, Amerijet offers clearance and last mile delivery for commercial customers across many industries.
Amerijet Contact Information
Amerijet International, Inc.
3401-A NW 72nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33122
Amerijet International, Inc.
2800 S. Andrews Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
va-Q-tec is a leading provider of highly efficient tech products and solutions in the field of thermal insulation. The company develops, manufactures and sells innovative, thin vacuum insulation panels (“VIPs”) and phase change materials (“PCMs”) for reliable and energy efficient temperature control and insulation. Furthermore, by optimally integrating VIPs and PCMs, va-Q-tec manufactures passive thermal packaging solutions (containers and boxes), which offer constant temperature conditions for between 24 to over 200 hours without using external energy sources. Within its rental services business, the company has built a global partner network to provide for an extensive fleet of containers and boxes fulfilling highly demanding thermal protection standards in temperature sensitive supply chains.
For more information on va-Q-tec visit www.va-Q-tec.com
OTM, Belgian Shippers’ Council represents the freight transport and logistical interests (import, export and intercontinental; all modes of transport) of industry and trade in Belgium, whether manufacturers, retailers or wholesalers – collectively referred to as shippers.
The Council represents thus the vast majority of goods distributed by sea, road, rail, inland waterways and air. OTM, with its base in Gent, acts as the “eyes and ears” for its membership as well in respect of EU legislative activity. Equally it functions as the mouth-piece for shippers in Belgium. It has a strong relation with the European Shippers’ Council. That entails the dual role of gathering and feeding back vital intelligence on current and future EU policy developments and directly lobbying for ESC positions vis-à-vis the European institutions.
essenscia, the Belgian Federation for Chemistry and Life Sciences industries, is a multisectoral umbrella organisation that represents the numerous sectors of activities in the field of chemicals, plastics and life sciences in Belgium. Its 60 experts provide information, services and tailor-made advice to its 750 member companies. essenscia defends the sector’s interests at a European level through active involvement in Cefic (the European Council of Chemical Manufacturers’ Federations) and the FEB (Federation of Belgian Companies).