Cargojet Renews Deal with Canadian North

Cargojet Renews Deal with Canadian North
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Cargojet has renewed a partnership with Canadian North to continue providing cargo services to the arctic regions of Canada.

The two sides have had a relationship for the last 20 years, and are looking to continue this further due to successes in the market.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Cargojet Renews Deal with Canadian North…

Cargojet Renews Deal with Canadian North
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In a statement, Cargojet and Canadian North outlined the terms of the new deal:

“Under the renewed partnership, Cargojet will be the exclusive provider for air cargo from Winnipeg and Ottawa to Iqaluit, while Canadian North will continue to deliver air cargo across Canada’s Arctic.”

“This builds upon Canadian North’s recent announcement to double the size of its cargo facility in Ottawa by 2026, which not only serves as an integral gateway for Inuit communities but also underscores its unwavering commitment to expanding services in the Arctic.”

Adding to this was Shelly De Caria, Canadian North’s President and CEO:

“Maintaining and strengthening relationships is crucial, especially when it comes to serving our communities”.

“With Cargojet’s expertise, we are continuing to combine our strengths to be able to provide faster, more reliable deliveries of essential supplies to our northern communities, creating opportunities for local businesses to grow, and ensuring that people up North have access to the goods they rely on.”

Dr. Ajay K. Virmani, Cargojet’s President and CEO had this to say also on the deal:

“Cargojet has been a long-time provider of dedicated and essential air cargo services to Iqaluit for Canadian North and its customers”.

“Cargojet’s enviable track record of on-time performance and reliability will ensure that essential goods are delivered on-time to the people of Nunavut. We are very pleased to enter into this new long-term commitment with our partners at Canadian North”.

All eyes will be on how this new deal performs for both sides.

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