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Qantas rebrands courier business

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 30, 2010
photo - Rob Finlayson

Following its sale of the DPEX Worldwide business, Qantas has rebranded its courier and baggage delivery service as Qantas Courier.

“Qantas Courier will complement the Group’s existing domestic logistics ventures by utilising the network of the Qantas Group and third party suppliers, including Australian air Express and Star Track Express, to offer courier and baggage services,” said executive manager Qantas Freight Stephen Cleary. “Central to our business model is the development of an online retail distribution channel offering sophisticated book, pay and track functionality.”

Qantas Courier employs around 150 people and has offices and retail counters located near international airports in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland. The business also has a retail presence at Sydney and Brisbane international airports through its unaccompanied baggage counters.

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Qantas rebrands courier business

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 30, 2010
photo - Rob Finlayson

Following its sale of the DPEX Worldwide business, Qantas has rebranded its courier and baggage delivery service as Qantas Courier.

“Qantas Courier will complement the Group’s existing domestic logistics ventures by utilising the network of the Qantas Group and third party suppliers, including Australian air Express and Star Track Express, to offer courier and baggage services,” said executive manager Qantas Freight Stephen Cleary. “Central to our business model is the development of an online retail distribution channel offering sophisticated book, pay and track functionality.”

Qantas Courier employs around 150 people and has offices and retail counters located near international airports in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland. The business also has a retail presence at Sydney and Brisbane international airports through its unaccompanied baggage counters.

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Qantas rebrands courier business

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 30, 2010
photo - Rob Finlayson

Following its sale of the DPEX Worldwide business, Qantas has rebranded its courier and baggage delivery service as Qantas Courier.

“Qantas Courier will complement the Group’s existing domestic logistics ventures by utilising the network of the Qantas Group and third party suppliers, including Australian air Express and Star Track Express, to offer courier and baggage services,” said executive manager Qantas Freight Stephen Cleary. “Central to our business model is the development of an online retail distribution channel offering sophisticated book, pay and track functionality.”

Qantas Courier employs around 150 people and has offices and retail counters located near international airports in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland. The business also has a retail presence at Sydney and Brisbane international airports through its unaccompanied baggage counters.

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