ACC Integrated Services, which does business as Air Cargo Carriers, is ready to rise with scheduled and chartered transport of air freight. The company primarily offers feeder services for express delivery companies, serving smaller markets in order to extend its partners' networks. It also boasts on-demand air cargo services for logistics companies and freight forwarders. The company's network of routes is centered in the industrial Midwest and extends to the southeastern US; in addition, Air Cargo Carriers offers short notice service throughout North America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The company operates a fleet of Shorts turboprop aircraft. In 2009 its parent, ACC Holding, acquired The Telford Group.
Some Shorts aircraft models, notably the pioneering Skyvan, feature rear loading ramps, which make cargo operations easier. As a general rule, Shorts don't require much in the way of runways, thus enabling operators of the aircraft to serve smaller markets.
Air Cargo Carriers maintains an inventory of Shorts parts, both for its own use and for sale. Shorts aircraft of the types used by Air Cargo Carriers are no longer made; the manufacturer, Short Brothers, was acquired by Bombardier.