Airland Logistics, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Denmark, completed delivery of 2 x Antonov AN12 Charter Flights from Lusaka, Zambia to Bamako, Mali for a mining client.
The nature of the cargo were hazardous and the product is commonly used when splitting mined commodities from the rock.
This shipment was urgently needed on site, hence despite hurdles along the way due to the Dangerous Goods not meeting the IATA DGR standards, Airland Logistics managed to have the shipment moved over the Christmas and New Year period.
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