AirBridgeCargo keeps on testing its capabilities for vaccine transportation, trying various loading options. This time SkyCell 1500C containers, weighing more than 10,500 kg, occupied 6 lower forward deck positions and approached an almost maximum possible number of containers per section, which is 14.
“It is amazing to be part of this complicated process and work under cost-efficient and safe logistics solutions together with our experienced team of logistics practitioners. Powered by a diversified fleet of freighters within Volga-Dnepr Group, we are now analyzing and mapping out all possible scenarios for vaccine transportation, even using technical capabilities of An-124-100 and Il-76TD-90VD”, commented Yulia Celetaria, Pharma Director, AirBridgeCargo Airlines.
With the healthcare industry being vital as never before, logistics companies are expected to contribute with their speed, efficient and reliable transportation services to guarantee that the global supply chain of life-saving pharmaceuticals remains uninterrupted. AirBridgeCargo has been on the alert with its dedicated services and managed to leverage over 40,000 tons of temperature-sensitive pharma for the first seven months of 2020 which is more than 150% up compared to the same period of 2019.