Express delivery service provider time:matters America has started to offer same-day delivery services via domestic air routes in the USA. The company has added a total of 89 stations for the nationwide domestic transport of time-critical shipments to all major economic centers in the USA.
To deliver this, the company is relying on its experience in operating its existing global Sameday Air network that comprises more than 20 airlines across 130 stations, of which there are currently more than 100 in Europe and Israel and 10 in Asia. The company says it ensures the fastest possible transports through its nationwide US network thanks to more than 45,000 flights per week and its cooperation with three of the leading US airlines – American Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.
“By adding 89 stations to our unique Sameday Air network, we have now connected all major economic centers across mainland USA,” commented Lars Krosch, COO of time:matters. “The high number of frequencies and the cooperation with leading US carriers enables us to transport shipments in the fastest possible way while maintaining our usual standards of flexibility and reliability.”
Lars Krosch added that the expansion in the US market was an important element in the company’s internationalization strategy. Through its local team offering customized transport solutions, the company is best positioned to meet the needs and requirements of both its American and international customer base.