Sep 17 | 2020
(Africa) B747F to Conakry
Air cargo firm Chapman Freeborn has delivered a mobile hospital as part of Covid-19 aid efforts in Guinea, West Africa.
The project involved transport from Johannesburg airport in South Africa to Conakry airport, Guinea. Cargo included generators, tents, HEPA filters and medical equipment, and delivery was coordinated with BDJ Freight International.
“Having been involved with multiple charters during the current pandemic, this was definitely an interesting project to be a part of – and it wouldn’t have been possible without all the parties involved,” said Gerhard Coetzee, Chapman Freeborn cargo charter manager, South Africa.
Headquartered in the UK, Chapman Freeborn provides global aircraft charter services and manages subsidiaries Intradco Cargo Services, Logik Logistics, Magma Aviation, and Wings 24. Chapman Freeborn is an exhibitor at Breakbulk events.
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