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Coyne Airways appoints KIWI Logistics as new GSA in Singapore

Coyne Airways has appointed KIWI Logistics Cargo GSA as its General Sales Agent in Singapore.

Established in 2013, KIWI Logistics Cargo GSA is bringing a fresh approach to airline cargo sales in this developed market, with a focus on efficiency, simplicity and reliability.

"We are delighted to be working with this young and ambitious GSA that shares many of the same values on which Coyne Airways was founded over 20 years ago," said Coyne Airways CEO Larry Coyne.

"Singapore is at the forefront of our push to increase sales in the Asia Pacific region and I am confident that together with KIWI Logistics we can do just that."

Coyne’s services to the oil and gas markets around the Caspian Sea, including Aktau and Atyrau in Kazakhstan, are particularly popular with freight forwarders in Singapore due to the city-state’s position as a regional centre of excellence for the oil and gas industry.

KIWI Logistics Cargo GSA General Manager, Ms Joanne McConachy, sights the appointment by Coyne Airways as an auspicious relationship due to the business synergies between both parties.

“We are very enthusiastic to represent Coyne Airways in the Singapore market and look forward to the growth and development of these specialised products. Operating from a stable and strategically solid hub, we will provide our clients with seamless airfreight solutions that extend beyond current market offerings,” said Ms McConachy.

Coyne Airways has come of age in 2015, celebrating its 21st birthday, and is building its network with new destinations in Africa, working with regional partners to link Asia, the Middle East, North America, and Europe with the African Continent.

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