Customer Case Study: Air France KLM Martinair Cargo and AmSafe Bridport

At AmSafe Bridport we strive to make products that not only meet a core need but also deliver a valuable return to your business. As such we have been supplying Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP Cargo) with its industry leading lightweight and sustainable pallet net, Pallet Net Zero (PNZ), since 2013.

Pallet Net ZERO™ represents the future of securing more sustainable cargo transportation. We have revolutionised our world-leading pallet net to bring a product with unwavering quality and strength, that’s kinder to the planet. By harnessing the power of innovative Bio-Based Dyneema® fibre, a light material that decreases fuel consumption, reducing the carbon footprint.

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is the first air cargo carrier in the world to fully convert its fleet to Pallet Net Zero. PNZ is one of the lightest nets available on the market being 59% lighter than traditional nets. This provides AFKLMP Cargo with considerable savings in both fuel and carbon emissions. Furthermore, Pallet Net Zero is more robust than traditional polyester nets, having a service life of five years compared to polyester nets, which are three.

By introducing Pallet Net Zero, AFKLMP also benefits from improved ease of operation that only a lightweight net provides – whilst still being durable, reliable and certified to TS0 –C90D.

“AFKLMP Cargo is one of the largest carriers globally, and we have set ambitious sustainability targets for ourselves. We require pallet nets that can meet the demands of our rigorous schedules while being as sustainable as possible. AmSafe Bridport’s Pallet Net Zero fulfills these requirements perfectly. Not only is the net stronger and lighter than previous models, saving us time and money, but its sustainable manufacturing aligns with our green goals, aiding us in reaching them effectively.” Koen Bolster – Vice President World Wide Operations KLM Cargo.

At AmSafe Bridport we aim to develop products to help reduce the aviation industry’s carbon footprint, now and again and again until we reach our goal of securing precious cargo at a net zero cost to the planet.

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