Emirates SkyCargo hits big numbers on Pakistani exports
OBSERVER REPORT ISLAMABAD—Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates Airline, has transported over 18,000 tonnes of perishables from Pakistan from April to September this year to destinations around the world. The exports, which mainly comprised red and white meat, fruits, vegetables, and dry fruit, were transported to countries across the globe through Emirates SkyCargo’s global network of over 150 destinations Emirates Sky Cargo. Over 1,600 tonnes of fish have been transported since April this year, with Dubai and Kuwait being the main destinations. Emirates SkyCargo also moved over 600 tonnes of crabs from Pakistan in the same period.
As for exports of fruits from the country, mangoes enjoy the highest share. Considered the ‘king’ of fruits, mango is a specialty export product of Pakistan and has a major contribution to the overall economy of the country.
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