AFKLMP Cargo and Bolloré transport pharma from Italy to US

By Rachelle Harry

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP Cargo) has partnered with Bolloré Logistics to complete a transatlantic pharma delivery.

The carrier operated an Air France Boeing 777 flight carrying 170 RAP containers, which contained insulin, from Florence in Italy to Chicago in the US.

AFKLMP Cargo said the flight was carried out “at the request of one of the leading US pharmaceutical company”.

Last month, the Schiphol cargo community created a task force to prepare for a Covid-19 vaccine led by Air Cargo Netherlands (ACN), Schiphol Cargo and Air France KLM Martinair Cargo, as well as shippers, pharma firms, forwarders, airlines, ground handlers and trucking companies.

 

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest pharma logistics news

Vaccine flights: Air cargo swings into action

The number of vaccine shipments being transported by air is gradually taking off as more products are launched and more…

Read More

Share this story

Cathay Cargo transports multiple types of Covid vaccines

By Rachelle Harry

Cathay Pacific Cargo is using its Vaccine Solution pharma service to transport large numbers of Covid-19 vaccines, under varying required…

Read More

Share this story

K+N transports Sinovac Covid vaccines from China to Dominican Republic

By Rachelle Harry

Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) has transported Covid-19 vaccines, manufactured by Chinese pharma firm Sinovac Biotech, from Beijing, China to the Santo Domingo,…

Read More

Share this story