OMVS: Climbing Air Freight Volumes Could Mean More Business for Shared Economy Couriers

HENDERSON, Nev.--()--The nation’s air freight industry has been taking off since the end of the 2009 recession, and that could lead to increased business for shared economy courier services, such as the one proposed by On the Move Systems (OMVS).

“This is valuable ancillary market information that gives us clear direction on our proposed shared economy courier service”

According to published trade articles, North American air freight tonnage has been flying high thanks to an improving economy, and rising imports and exports. As a result, courier and express service companies are taking on increased importance as importers and exporters seek to get their goods to the airport for shipment or from the airport to customers as quickly as possible in a highly competitive market.

“This is valuable ancillary market information that gives us clear direction on our proposed shared economy courier service,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “There is a growing trend in the express service business on reducing delivery times to zero. So quickly getting export/import items to and from airports should be a great revenue-producing opportunity for our courier service. These clients value speed and a flexible, shared economy operation can provide that better than anyone.”

The global air freight market is expected to enjoy a soaring compound annual growth rate of 5.97 percent through 2019, one research group predicts. Courier and express companies servicing air freight carriers should also benefit from this growth.

OMVS has been conducting due diligence and market research on starting a shared economy courier service in addition to its on-demand trucking platform, now under development. The company has found strong potential for such a service and is scouting possible startup locations.

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About On the Move Systems, Inc.

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