Director of Cargo Operations at Bin Yousef Cargo Jiju Haneef said “While many of the region’s freight forwarders have been struggling to cope with the impacts of the pandemic situation, we have been working hard to keep our operations afloat and to ensure our client’s shipments are transported to their final destinations as scheduled.
Our team was able to consolidate cargo from various suppliers in China. We organized all the export documents and coordinated these charters in record time while adhering to the safety regulations and restrictions imposed by both the Governments in China and Qatar. Besides air freight, we were able to offer value-added services at the origin such as local export collection, documentation support, licensing and Dangerous Goods (DG) approval.
These successful charters are a testament to the fact that our organization is ready to meet logistics challenges of any nature and scale, with its agility and adaptive nature. An increase in the number of freighter flights has been observed globally, and this should help ease the current outbound capacity strain in China.”