Cargo Composites™ partnered with Boeing to deliver a state-of-the-art composite aircraft with composite ULDs, all made in Charleston, to Air New Zealand. The Boeing 787 departed Charleston on October 6 for Auckland, New Zealand with Cargo Composites’™ newest container, an insulated ULD for transporting perishables via air cargo, called the aeroTHERM® . To date, Air New Zealand has purchased over 400 of the aeroTHERM® units.
Cargo Composites™ is an important part of the state’s aerospace cluster, comprising more than 400 companies and delivering more than $19B in economic impact. Cargo Composites™ has customers all over the world and leads the air cargo industry with innovation.
Cargo Composites™ has a number of other industry-leading innovations that are currently being field tested. The company is expecting continued and rapid expansion over the next several years.