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AirCArgo AsiA-PACifiC • DEC ‘16 - JANUARY 2017 • Page 27 Dreamlifts UK wins Antonov ANTONOv Airlines, operator of the Antonov AN-124, AN-225 and AN-22 aircraft, has appointed Dreamlifts Limited as its UK general sales agent, replacing Ruslan International. Based at Antonov1s new offices in Stansted Airport1s Diamond Hangar, Dreamlifts1 sales team includes some familiar names in the outsize cargo sector. Paul Furlonger continues his association with Antonov Airlines, having spent the past 26 years working with the carrier1s aircraft. Graham Witton, who first began working with Antonov Airlines in 1999, once again teams up with Michael Goodisman, who commenced his career with the company in 1996. They are joined by Paul Bingley and Martin Griffiths. A new face in the UK sales line-up is Martin Banns, who has spent his entire career in the aviation industry, the last eight with the An-124-100. T’way chooses AAT in hKG ASiA Airfreight Terminal (AAT) has been appointed by T’way Air as its cargo ground handling agent in hong Kong. T’way Air recently commenced three weekly passenger services between hong Kong and Daegu South Korea using B737-800 aircraft. It is the first carrier to offer direct flights between the two cities. Daegu is the fourth largest city in South Korea, well known for its electronics industry and tourist attrac- tions. it is also a gateway to the city of gyeongju, which is listed as a UneSco World heritage Site. T’way Air was established in 2010 with a total fleet of 16 B737-800 aircraft. AAT will provide all services pertaining to cargo and documentation handling to T’way Air in hong Kong. Kerry takes over at Bofill and Arnan hong Kong-based Kerry Logistics has taken over the freight forwarding busi- nesses of Bofill and Arnan, an estab- lished customs broker in Spain. Established in 1920, Bofill and Arnan focuses primarily on the china, Taiwan and india trade lanes. it provides air/ sea freight and customs brokerage, plus door-to-door services. The deal adds a sales force and two offices, one in Valencia, and one in Alicante. WA launches new ag brand WeSTeRn Australia has launched a new export-focused agriculture brand in Singapore. Western Australia Worth Sharing fea- tures WA’s premium products. more than 60 companies signed up to Western Australia Worth Sharing cam- paign with two thirds already exporting to Singapore. in 2017, Western Australia Worth Sharing is also expected to launch in china, indonesia and Japan. L to R: Paul Bingley, Michael Goodisman, Martin Griffiths, Paul Furlonger, Martin Banns and Graham Witton Kerry Logistics now operates from four Spanish locations, namely madrid, Barce- lona, Valencia and Alicante, with com- plete service coverage of major airports and seaports in the country. Spain is home to some of the world1s biggest fashion retailers and some of Kerry Logistics’ global key accounts.