A Bugatti Veyron for a wealthy Russian from St. Petersburg. A choice selection of Ferraris and Rolls Royces for the emerging wealthy class in China. An aircraft full of Mercedes prototypes for an ice test in the USA. The newest models for the Tokyo Motor Show on the main deck of a freighter. 19 Porsches for a press event in Los Angeles.
An entire planeload of windscreen wipers for a VW factory in Mexico. Complete transmission units for high-end SUVs bound for the BMW factory in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Brakes, motor electronics, mudguards or sometimes spare parts for a production line in Asia threatened by standstill.
The global division of labour in the automobile industry also determines its processes. Parts are produced in Europe and installed in North America or Asia. Or vice versa.
Both globalisation and just-in-time production increasingly demand the quickest solution, whether by air or seafreight.
Quick Cargo offers the automobile industry individual, tailor-made solutions, ranging from general cargo to time-definite services and from the smallest screw to a complete vehicle.