Agility and Chapman Freeborn team up to deliver MRI machines to Maldives

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) urged policymakers to exclude freight movement from any restrictions to the need to preserve its continued existence and viability. Air freight is important in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crisis for the shipment of fuel, vital needs and health-related goods. The world economy still requires air freight for companies and manufacturers to start providing.

Agility and Chapman Freeborn team up to deliver MRI machines to Maldives

Agility, the global logistics company, has recently teamed up with Chapman Freeborn Airchartering to supply 287 CT scanning and MRI machines to Malé, the Maldives’ capital via Dubai.

Agility airlifted the cargo from different places in the USA, China, France, Japan and India into Dubai. The transport of more than 287 parts from five countries to Dubai was a problem for the companies as flight and space access was scarce due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Ministry of Health in the Maldives requested 41 tons of freight consisting of MRI, CT scanning machines and other health devices to be delivered to four separate hospitals throughout the island chain and atolls.

src: itln.in

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