This excerpt taken from the TAM 6-K filed Sep 16, 2008.
TAM Cargos portfolio contains options that meet the needs of every sector: TAM Cargo Próximo Vôo (Next Flight) the fastest on the market, for urgent deliveries; TAM Cargo Próximo Dia (Next Day) delivery on the day after it was sent; TAM Cargo Convencional (Conventional) ideal for transporting large volumes; TAM Cargo Internacional (International) for importing and exporting cargo from airport-airport.
Currently, TAM Cargo serves 42 Brazilian airports with direct flights, collects from more than 400 cities and delivers to more than 3,900 locations in the country. TAM Cargo International service reaches approximately 45 countries and more than 120 countries spanning the countries of the Southern Common Market, North America, Europe and the Far East.
Seeking service excellence, TAM Cargo offers customer service solutions through the website www.tamcargo.com.br and through their 24-hour Call Center, which allows users to obtain general information about transportation of goods, get quotations, request pick-ups and track cargo in real time. The phone number for this service is 0300 1159999.
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.
Date: September 16, 2008
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