Over the past weeks, the logistical industry has been mostly pessimistic about airlines being ready to move Covid19 vaccines, once it’s launched and readily available. This mainly is because many carriers have brought back capacity (i.e. their flight rotations / numbers of flights) to the bare minimum in order to keep these cost effective and to carry the much smaller numbers of passengers than pre-Corona. Due to that, people fear that the large numbers of vaccines might not be moving around the world quickly enough.
Our Amsterdam office handled a big door to airport move of 60 tons aluminum plates to China, for one of our highly valued partners.
Our Frankfurt office has gained the next important step in the growth of our company, giving better coverage and support to our entire network.
Our Rotterdam office had to urgently move three 40 ft containers with windmill equipment to a windmill park project in the Netherlands. There was no time to waste, since the project had a deadline that was almost due.
Our Rotterdam office had the honor to move a excavator to India for one of our valued clients. Due to the size this could not go into a regular ocean freight container and special equipment and handling was required.
For one of our valued partners, we have handled an airport to airport move of 21 tons from Japan to Argentina. As the shipment was not able to fly direct from Japan, a transshipping at Amsterdam Airport was needed to eventually get the cargo at its final destination.