CAL VAL takes care of priceless cargo

Liege, Belgium-based all freight operator CAL Cargo Airlines launched a new service for Artwork and Valuable Cargo at the Air Cargo Europe show in Munich on 5 May.
CAL VAL is aimed at art collectors, museums and auction houses, as well as specialist freight divisions dealing with valuable cargo, and offers a dedicated escort to monitor valuable cargo around the clock and an onboard personal escort.
Armoured road feeder services are proviced by specialist secure transport companies. SMS updates on cargo location are provided and GPS tracking devices can be attached to goods.
CAL is drawing on its existing infrastructure and security services, including a road fleet parked within 30 metres of its warehouse, temperature controlled rooms and a warehouse covered by CCTV cameras at all times. A dedicated security team is augmented by third party trained sniffer dogs.
Extended insurance is available on request and operations can be monitored by a neutral third party if required.
Chief executive Eyal Zagagi, said: "We have years of experience dealing with these types of shipments and vast experience with delicate and precious artwork. CAL VAL complements the rest of our product portfolio, including specialty products for live animals, dangerous goods, pharma and perishable items, and other oversize and overweight cargo." 

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