Bolloré Logistics India Successfully Handles a Charter from Mumbai to Yangon

June 16th, 2020

Bolloré Logistics India successfully moved a charter for Aid & Relief and Healthcare shipments from Mumbai, India, to Yangon, Myanmar, for their clients of the sector.

The team proposed the most economical and time bound solution in close coordination with Myanmar, to the clients who awarded their shipments from various locations within India.

Bolloré Logistics India successfully organized these expeditions through two charter flights to the satisfaction of the customer. The first flight was carried out on April 29, 2020 with Spice Jet using Boeing 737-700F. The second flight was operated on May 15, 2020 on Indigo’s Airbus A 320, a passenger aircraft used as a makeshift freighter.

India team closely monitored the charter planning and cargo execution to ensure cargo readiness for loading prior to flight arrival to avoid any last-minute delays and rollovers.

Thanks to its global network, Bolloré Logistics appointed respective offices at both sides in Mumbai, India, and Yangon, Myanmar, to ensure smooth handling of these operations at both ends. 

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