- 16 stations in the U.S. and Mexico
- Standardized, stable prices for the entire transport solution
- Over 500 direct flights per week
- Cooperation with over 21 partner airlines
time:matters, the expert in worldwide special speed logistics, is further expanding its international network for same-day transports: The company is connecting the U.S. and Mexico to its Sameday Air network with 16 stations – 15 of them in the U.S. and one in Mexico. After the first station outside of Europe opened recently in Tel Aviv, time:matters is continuing its internationalization course. With these direct connections, time-critical shipments that need to reach the recipient on the same day can now get to the United States and Mexico from Europe and vice versa.
The 16 new stations of the Sameday Air network complement the existing network of more than 100 stations and more than 21 partner airlines in Europe and Israel. Seamless linking of the connected airlines is leading to a unique network density, allowing customers to access a variety of transport options. Between the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, time:matters offers a total of more than 500 direct flights per week to and from Frankfurt, Paris, London, Munich, and Vienna. In addition to the flights operated by Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines, additional American Airlines flights to and from Frankfurt, Paris, and London are now also available.
Customers from the sectors of automotive, electronics, semiconductors and aviation in particular benefit from the network expansion. For example, urgently needed spare parts from Germany are picked up, cleared by customs and reach the desired station in the U.S. or Mexico by air on the same day, allowing them to then be delivered directly to the production site. For customers, the expansion means the shortest possible transport and handling times for shipments of up to 200 kg – combined with standardized pricing logic. The Sameday Air transports can of course be booked online via the fully automated booking portal of time:matters, and the shipment history can be tracked. In addition, there are 24/7 customer service specialists available for consultation.
“We are responding to the demands of our customers by expanding our route network for same-day transports to the U.S.,” says Alexander Kohnen, CEO of time:matters GmbH. “Our long-term goal is to provide our customers with a worldwide Sameday Air network,” adds COO Christian Mörtl.