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Avianca Cargo breaks record in flower transport

In a monumental feat, Avianca Cargo has once again set a new benchmark in the transportation of flowers, reinforcing its pivotal role in the shipment of floral products from Colombia and Ecuador to the United States.

During a recent visit to the Avianca Cargo operation at the cargo terminal of José María Córdova International Airport in Medellín, the company announced the performance results from the latest Mother’s Day season.

Working closely with Asocolflores, Airplan, DIAN, and ICA, Avianca Cargo transported thousands of tons of roses, chrysanthemums, astromelias, and hydrangeas across approximately 300 flights by the season’s end.

According to Juan Cruz Correa, Vice President of Sales at Avianca Cargo, “For another consecutive year, we have broken the record for flower transport from Colombia and Ecuador to North America, maintaining our leadership this season. We have significantly increased our service capacity, providing high levels of service, punctuality, and efficient delivery times to meet the demanding flower market requirements without affecting our other operations and routes.”

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