Schiphol Cargo appoints Meantime Communications as its PR agency
Schiphol Cargo, the cargo department of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, has appointed Meantime Communications as its PR agency following a competitive pitch process.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is Europe's third largest cargo gateway, connected to 322 scheduled destinations in 95 countries and served by 103 scheduled passenger airlines and 31 scheduled freighter operators. Based on 2015 figures.
Meantime will be working closely with the eight-strong cargo team, focussing on building connections to promote cargo flows to, from, and via the airport.
Meantime is a communications agency delivering public relations, event, editorial, graphic and website design, and social media services, based in Royal Greenwich, London, and specialising in the global logistics and transport industry.
Founder Emma Murray established Meantime in 2008 and has 20 years’ experience in the cargo industry, including writing for, and editing award-winning international trade publications, running events and awards, and delivering seminar programmes. 'Schiphol's Cargo team is known for its collaborative approach and innovative ideas and we are thrilled to have been chosen as their PR agency', said Murray. 'We are looking forward to working with them to continue growing and developing the Schiphol brand globally.'
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