Executive Briefings

Swiss WorldCargo Augments Israeli Service

Swiss WorldCargo, the air cargo division of Swiss International Air Lines, has increased capacity between Zurich and Tel Aviv with the addition of another A-340 on the route.

Israel has developed a broad-based economy with a number of high value-adding sectors. The major industries include high-technology electronic and biomedical equipment, metal products, processed foods, chemicals, and transport equipment. Moreover, the country possesses a substantial service sector and is one of the world's main centers for diamond cutting and polishing.

It is estimated that Swiss WorldCargo will now offer approximately 42 tons of cargo capacity to and from one of the Near East's most important gateways for air trade.

Visit www.swissworldcargo.com

Swiss WorldCargo, the air cargo division of Swiss International Air Lines, has increased capacity between Zurich and Tel Aviv with the addition of another A-340 on the route.

Israel has developed a broad-based economy with a number of high value-adding sectors. The major industries include high-technology electronic and biomedical equipment, metal products, processed foods, chemicals, and transport equipment. Moreover, the country possesses a substantial service sector and is one of the world's main centers for diamond cutting and polishing.

It is estimated that Swiss WorldCargo will now offer approximately 42 tons of cargo capacity to and from one of the Near East's most important gateways for air trade.

Visit www.swissworldcargo.com