A.R.T. Logistics has reported on a charter service they recently completed for a customers in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
This shipment was resolved just before the New Year, which proved a challenging period to work in.
A.R.T. Logistics brought a total of 224 pallets, weighing a whopping 42,895 kilograms and supporting 223 CBM of telecommunication equipment, from Shenzhen to Almaty across three chartered airplanes.
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