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Turkish Airlines Reduces Fuel Costs with New ULDs

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AAR’s Nordisk Aviation Products subsidiary has begun delivery of more than 2,600 lightweight air-cargo containers to Turkish Airlines.

Nordisk’s containers, also known as Unit Load Devices, or ULDs, are used by commercial airlines to store and transport cargo and luggage.

“Nordisk offers the widest range of ULDs in the industry and has been supporting Turkish Airlines with air-cargo containers and pallets since 1978. We are very pleased to provide products, services and solutions that lower their total cost of ULD ownership, while ensuring safe and reliable cargo handling for their customers,” said Peter Grau, Nordisk's Vice President of Sales — Europe, Middle East and Africa.

The contract for 2,600 containers continues Turkish Airlines’ long-term commitment to improve fuel efficiency through lighter-weight ULDs. In 2013, Nordisk supplied close to 2,000 lightweight air-cargo pallets to Turkish Airlines for its wide-body fleet that includes B777, A330 and A340 aircraft.

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