UPS has launched a new route from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand to its intra-Asia hub in Shenzhen, China to increase international trade opportunities for Thai businesses.
The new route means UPS customers in eastern and central Thailand can deliver faster to more of the country’s key trading partners in the Asia-Pacific region, and extend pickup cut-off times, providing greater access to customers in the world’s major economies. great flexibility.
At the same time, importing customers will also benefit from earlier lead times, resulting in faster production lines, inventory management and order processing.
The new route will be served by Boeing 747-8s. The aircraft operates five days a week, from Monday to Thursday and Saturday.
Thailand has always played a key role in UPS's global growth strategy and we know how important it is to give our customers easy access to fast, consistent and stable air cargo capacity.
This flight connects UPS customers in Thailand's industrial heartland with more of the country's top regional trading partners than ever before, providing more cross-border trade opportunities for businesses using the UPS network and our industry-leading delivery services, These destinations include Europe and other global destinations such as Europe.
With more UPS flights in and out of Thailand, our customers can rely on the reliability of the UPS network to help them capitalize on cross-border growth opportunities.
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