NAC (Neutral Air Consolidators) is a leading group of airfreight brokers, wholesalers and master co-loaders, aiming to drive buying power and to deliver global neutral airfreight solutions across the cargo supply chain.
NEUTRAL AIR CONSOLIDATORS
NAC provides it’s members a platform to engage with like-minded specialists who share the same passion for the neutral airfreight consolidation business and the tools needed to empower performance and to optimize results .
Our partners are selected subject to neutrality , blocked space agreements with carriers , airfreight tonnage , as well as trade lane consolidation expertise ,and import-export sales focus.
NAC is a sub-industry group of Neutral Air Partner , the premier global platform of leading air cargo architects and aviation specialists. www.neutralairpartner.com
NAC provides it’s members a platform to engage with like-minded professionals who share the same passion for the neutral airfreight consolidation business and the tools needed to empower performance and to optimize results .Our partners are selected subject to neutrality , blocked space agreements with carriers , airfreight tonnage , as well as trade lane consolidation expertise ,and import-export sales focus“ says Christos Spyrou CEO of Neutral Air Partner who has over 25 years’ experience and extensive knowledge in the global airfreight wholesale sector .
CEO of Neutral Air Partner
Peter Whitfield Chairman of Neutral Air Partner says : “ Our vision at Neutral Air Partner is to actively encourage cooperation between all of our members to both enhance their business opportunities and at the same time to create a platform for commercial collaboration to support and mentor companies that operate within the same commercial "space". Whilst we acknowledge the great work that has been done by the myriad of industry Networks, NAP remains committed to our core philosophy of "Business First" and we see the creation of NAC as a further demonstration of our commitment to niche development” Whitfield is an industry veteran with 50 years’ experience in the airfreight wholesale business .
Chairman of Neutral Air Partner
The Airfreight Wholesale Market
Neutral Airfreight wholesale and Brokerage is the systymatic series of actions operated by consolidators and master co-loaders , by which logistics companies can purchase cargo capacity and wholesale rates less expensive than offered by the airline .
The operation varies ,and results differ widely in different parts of the world . In the West this is achieved by consolidating several shipments into a single MAWB taking advantage of the lower rate per kilo offered by airlines for higher weight break , and by combining dense and volume cargo into the same consolidation shipment , or through capacity and blocked space agreements at lower contract rates signed between the airline and the wholesaler .READ MORE
In Asia this can be achieved by combining dense and volume cargo for several destinations and under multiple MAWBs , into one or more airline pallets , taking advantage the equalization period offered by the carrier in order to maximize and aggregate the capacity of the pallet without exceeding its physical weight limit.
Neutral airfreight wholesale will play an important role with in the global air cargo industry , traffic should continue to grow ,and airfreight increasingly will be integrated into multimodal supply chains that provide a better balance between cost and time .
Demand for economy airfreight solutions will open to new developing markets by providing fast and reliable services for medium value and eCommerce goods ,and will continue to grow supporting production activities ,critical spare parts and high value inputs . Airfreight will increase in importance in supporting reverse logistics ,including repair and warranty work for electronics and high end consumer goods .GO BACK
Airlines will continue to outsource sales and cargo operations to 3rd parties ,while logistics companies will continue to outsource procurement and airport handling to wholesalers by reducing licensing, security, accreditation costs and cashflow concerns.