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1Up Cargo provides:

  • highly customized and reliable solutions that reduce risk,

  • costs, and

  • seamless transparency for its customers.


1Up Cargo's Focus on The Aerospace Industry

Aerospace segmentation, geographical shifts, modernization of manufacturing and the desire for faster speed-to-market all contribute to the evolution and complexity of supply chains in the aerospace industry. In addition to oversized parts, 1Up Cargo offers services for smaller and original equipment manufacturers and niche markets.

We aim to meet each client's unique needs by identifying, developing, and deploying customized solutions. The air freight product offered by 1Up Cargo includes a global charter network that provides customers a highly competitive and flexible service.

By partnering with 1Up Cargo, our customers will benefit from collaboration with our trained staff, extensive industry knowledge and work processes.


Solutions for Agriculture and Forestry

The logistics operations for the agricultural and wood industry are varied. Our services within this industry include:

  • transporting tropical timber 

  • Secure storing of fertilisers and animal feed to ensure they are not affected by external factors

We have the appropriate sheds to safely store your agricultural products and the right equipment to handle all kinds of timber. 


Maritime Imports and Exports

Agricultural and forestry products often have to cover huge distances from the country of origin to their final destination before being processed. Our maritime and inland waterway port terminals are interfaces for global transport chains for raw materials and finished products. We can link the European inland waterways with our compact network of port facilities. We have the equipment to tranship and store bulk commodities, breakbulk cargo, and transport these materials to inland destinations using multi-modal transport services




​​With volatile consumer demand and accelerating technological changes, the automotive industry is facing tremendous challenges. The efficient delivery of parts and finished vehicles to consumers is vital to the automotive industry's work. The flow of components from numerous suppliers in various countries must be firmly coordinated to ensure a smooth manufacturing and assembly process. The implementation of 'build-to-order' or 'just in time systems demands a more responsive and agile supply chain. Lastly, due to regulation intensification, automotive players have shifted towards partners committed to sustainability and implementing new reverse logistics systems.

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