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Need to move medical supplies from Shanghai to Johannesburg, South Africa: HELP

Old 14th Apr 2020, 17:59
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Need to move medical supplies from Shanghai to Johannesburg, South Africa: HELP

Hi there

I need to move approximately 260 cbm or 25 tons of medical type products- masks, gowns, gloves etc. from Shanghai to Johannesburg. *Certainly more volume than weight. All non- hazardous cargo.

Happy to try fill a full load

If anyone knows of any operators operating in cargo configurations and able to service request, I'd be very grateful to hear back from you, even with suggestions or whom I could possibly approach

Happy to try fill a full load
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Old 14th Apr 2020, 19:35
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The main freight movers. DHL, FEDEX, UPS. I’d suggest DHL because I would wouldn’t l?

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Old 15th Apr 2020, 07:54
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Many thanks, much appreciated
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Old 15th Apr 2020, 17:25
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Originally Posted by November Mike View Post
Hi there

I need to move approximately 260 cbm or 25 tons of medical type products- masks, gowns, gloves etc. from Shanghai to Johannesburg. *Certainly more volume than weight. All non- hazardous cargo.

Happy to try fill a full load

If anyone knows of any operators operating in cargo configurations and able to service request, I'd be very grateful to hear back from you, even with suggestions or whom I could possibly approach

Happy to try fill a full load
Try SkyTaxi from Poland. Very small company, which operates B767 in cargo configuration. At the moment in Shanghai on regular basis.
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Old 28th Apr 2020, 13:17
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Originally Posted by November Mike View Post
Hi there

I need to move approximately 260 cbm or 25 tons of medical type products- masks, gowns, gloves etc. from Shanghai to Johannesburg. *Certainly more volume than weight. All non- hazardous cargo.

Happy to try fill a full load

If anyone knows of any operators operating in cargo configurations and able to service request, I'd be very grateful to hear back from you, even with suggestions or whom I could possibly approach

Happy to try fill a full load
November Mike,

I would suggest you contact ACE Freighters-Belgium. They’re part of the Challenge Group which operates two different cargo airlines.

ACE Freighters-Belgium are based out of Liège, Belgium and operate two B747-400F’s. They also have access to two more B747-400ERF’s via a sister company within their aviation holding group.
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Old 28th Apr 2020, 14:11
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No freight operator in SA anymore?
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