LOS ANGELES, California (March 6, 2014) – Matheson Flight Extenders has launched a comprehensive continuous improvement program designed to save time, eliminate waste and enhance operational efficiency to better serve its customers and increase profitability. “We already achieve industry-leading on time performance results well above 99 percent, but there is always room for production model upgradesView Post
CINCINNATI, Ohio (March 17, 2014) – Matheson Flight Extenders has announced plans to co-locate its priority mail terminal handling operations at the United States Postal Service (USPS) center at 76 Clay Drive in Hebron, Kentucky. This USPS building is on the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and 15 miles from downtown Cincinnati. The exact date forView Post
Dynamic Routing, Zone Jumping, Commercial Pick & Pack, Dedicated Drop Units, Paperless Operations, and New Federal Fuel Regulations for Trucks NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland (March 16, 2014) – The Matheson Flight Extenders management team analyzes current issues and new developments to determine their impact and potential benefit for the transport industry and the U.S. Postal System. HereView Post
Matheson Sets Five-Year Growth Plan To Expand Utilization Capacity 60 Percent Interim Goal Includes Hiring Over 300 Holiday Workers With Emphasis on Veterans MIAMI, Florida (November 6, 2013) — Matheson Flight Extenders Division President Glen Gates announced today at the Air Cargo America Conference that the company has established a five-year strategic plan beginning in 2014View Post
Matheson Flight Extenders, Inc. awarded international contract with Asiana Airlines Inc.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) awards Matheson Flight Extenders with a two year terminal handling services contract for two additional sites, Cincinnati, OH & Louisville, KY.