BORDER INSPECTION POST AT SIAULIAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR FOOD EXPORTS / IMPORTS IN THE BALTIC REGION
Municipal company Siauliu Oro Uostas offers new possibilities for cargo transport. Siauliai International Airport (SQQ) will be able to receive cargo planes with animal and vegetable products and offer services at the border inspection post.
The Post with the refrigeration equipment at the international airport provides new opportunities for animal, vegetable type exports of goods through the international airport situated in the northern Lithuania.
Several years’ experience revealed that the aircraft with the exported live animals, vegetable products (flowers and other goods) could be successfully serviced. Eight years of experience while exporting livestock (calves, cows) from Siauliai International Airport to Israel, and later to Turkey, export and import of goods to and from China means that our Company is ready to provide reliable aviation logistics’ services.
Siauliu Oro Uostas is a reliable partner in the freight transport business. The border inspection post is a new step in cooperation with the companies specialising in aviation logistics, food products, perishables and pharma exports and imports. “Many people hope and are working in the Siauliai region to increase cargo flows from Asia, the Commonwealth of Independent States," said Algirdas Ulcinas, the Director of municipal company Siauliu Oro Uostas.
Our partners emphasize that the market of 250 million people in the Commonwealth of Independent States, the market of 340 million people in Europe, and the market of 110 million in the Baltic region market is open to export and import of perishable goods, pharma, and vegetable products with efficient aviation and non-aviation services at the airport operating 24/7.
The emergence of the border inspection post means that perishable goods, food exporters and exporters gain a new access to the international airport and the new markets in Europe, Asia, and Americas. Undoubtedly, the Post with the European code would provide opportunities for business to import, export perishable and non-perishable cargos. The border inspection post is the part of the implemented project “New Baltic Air Cargo Gate”.