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Global Feeder Services Adapts to Middle Eastern Unrest

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Global Feeder Services, the exclusive GSA to Silkway West Airlines, has made significant shifts in its offerings to accommodate availability changes in the Middle East. This US Registered Part 135 airline previously shipped heavily in the middle east. After the 2021 political unrest there, the opportunities they and many other airlines had were no longer available.

“Like many airlines, this area was a big part of our market share, and losing it was difficult for many of our clients.” William M. Fraser IV, Project Manager at Global Feeder Services.

Their team realized that they needed to make partnerships in other global locations to maintain their profit goals for 2021 and 2022.

Global Feeder Services has recently opened new airfreight services to Hanoi, Vietnam (HAN) and Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) and expanded their stateside services to depart from both Chicago (ORD) and Dallas (DFW). They also expanded their services to cover a more significant portion of India.

“We’re always excited about the growth and providing our clients with more locations. Making adaptations to global changes will always be a part of working in this industry, and I’m happy we were able to do so quickly,” said William M. Fraser IV, Project Manager at Global Feeder Services.

These strategic adjustments are a clear picture of how global companies must adapt to political changes to maintain their businesses and meet their goals. Companies must be dynamic, making swift changes. Without doing so, the losses can add up significantly.

Global Feeder Services, the exclusive GSA to Silkway West Airlines, has made significant shifts in its offerings to accommodate availability changes in the Middle East. This US Registered Part 135 airline previously shipped heavily in the middle east. After the 2021 political unrest there, the opportunities they and many other airlines had were no longer available.

“Like many airlines, this area was a big part of our market share, and losing it was difficult for many of our clients.” William M. Fraser IV, Project Manager at Global Feeder Services.

Their team realized that they needed to make partnerships in other global locations to maintain their profit goals for 2021 and 2022.

Global Feeder Services has recently opened new airfreight services to Hanoi, Vietnam (HAN) and Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) and expanded their stateside services to depart from both Chicago (ORD) and Dallas (DFW). They also expanded their services to cover a more significant portion of India.

“We’re always excited about the growth and providing our clients with more locations. Making adaptations to global changes will always be a part of working in this industry, and I’m happy we were able to do so quickly,” said William M. Fraser IV, Project Manager at Global Feeder Services.

These strategic adjustments are a clear picture of how global companies must adapt to political changes to maintain their businesses and meet their goals. Companies must be dynamic, making swift changes. Without doing so, the losses can add up significantly.