Three Aces Global demonstrates their expertise in the pharmaceutical supply chain and moves 30MT of lifesaving drugs

Last month they also handled two full flight load shipments of medical supplies from Delhi to Riyadh

Three Aces Global Logistics Pvt Ltd, a Coop member in Delhi, India, moved 30 MT cargo of pharmaceutical products from New Delhi, India, to Almaty, Kazakhstan. For this purpose, they chartered 2 flights from Air Astana and the shipment reached the consignee right on time. They were in charge of several aspects of the shipment including local logistics, labelling, and transporting the cargo from the warehouse to the airport.

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The COOP member Three Aces Global moves 30MT of lifesaving drugs

As stated by Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, the Director of Three Aces Global Logistics, “Chartering two planes was the quickest way of handling this shipment and the hard work on part of my team ensured that the task was executed successfully. The most exigent part of this project was undoubtedly the process of labelling of 5000 cartons within the handover deadline and I would like to thank all my team mates for doing such an impeccable job. We recommend members have a look a the below videos to get an idea”.

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Three Aces Global also sent out 2 charter flights from Saudi Arabia Airlines to move pharmaceutical shipments from Delhi to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with each flight carrying a load of 19 MT. Mr. Agarwal further added, “We have been handling pharmaceutical goods and medical supplies on a regular basis throughout the pandemic. With over 3 decades of market experience, our team has all expertise and experience needed for the safe handling of medical items. We are really happy to play our part in the fight against the Coronavirus.”

Congratulations to Three Aces Global Logistics for undertaking these commendable projects!