Airline and emergency logistics provider Arcus Air Group established another five-member team for the onboard courier sector at its headquarters in Troisdorf in March. The company, which has been established in the market for over 45 years, continues to have a strong cargo division in emergency logistics and is active in the onboard courier and special cargo charter sector for time-critical shipments. For this purpose, the logistics provider has access to an extensive fleet of helicopters and aircraft for small cargo items up to 250-ton charter aircraft. Arcus Air Group has been successfully operating in the onboard courier sector for five years. The majority of its customers come from the automotive sector. The company serves over 1,000 regular customers in this sector. With the new team in Troisdorf, the express logistics provider is setting the course for further growth, especially in complementary industrial sectors. “We would like to develop our business in the aerospace industry, the pharmaceutical industry and in the high-tech sector, but without affecting our core business,” explains Alejandro Tapia Haarmann, CEO of the Arcus Air Group, the strategic decision. “For this purpose, we have put together a team of experienced logistics specialists who bring extensive expertise from various industrial sectors,” adds Haarmann. The team is led by Alexander Brix. The logistics expert already brings along corresponding industry experience from his previous positions at Flash Europe and time:matters. “I am looking forward to the new challenge of developing further industrial sectors. We would like to further accelerate the continuous growth of the Onboard Courier division within the company. We continue to plan to expand in the Asian market and in the USA and, thanks to our many years of experience and flexible logistics solutions, we are also well prepared for the upcoming brexit,” summarizes team leader Alexander Brix. The company’s own aircraft fleet comprises 2 Dornier 228-212 turboprop aircraft and 7 Embraer Phenom 100 Very Light Jets (VLJ).