The first mile in Italy was carried out with a bioGNL vehicle, that is capable of using liquefied methane produced from biomass coming from agricultural waste. A technology that allows a reduction of CO2 emissions up to 95%. The vehicle made the first mile from the loading area, up to the Verona freight village, where it was loaded onto the train. The CO2 reduction on the electrified intermodal section is calculated as -60%. Finally, the last mile, from the Cologne freight village to the unloading point, was carried out with a Biodiesel vehicle with a CO2 reduction of 55%.
Gruber Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Italy
On the first week of May, the Brazilian agent ES Logistics delivered another charter flight with an essential pharmaceuticals which are part of a treatment kit for Covid-19 patients and will supply around 200 hospitals countrywide.
ES Logistics was hired to charter four flights which were delivered in two weeks. Airbus A330-900neo were used to transport all the cargo from Lisbon to São Paulo.
According to Mr. Fabiano Ardigó, ES Logistics Director, this project was “very special, temperature controlled and heavily supervised by ANVISA, Brazil’s Public Health Authority”. Once touching ground, the cargo is immediately transferred to cold storage until transported to final destination. This step is vital in order to maintain its quality and stability.
During the pandemic, due to higher availability and affordable costs, chartering passengers planes for cargo transport have been a solid strategy for project forwarders.
M-Star Freight Services BV will change into Herfurth Logistics BV. No other changes will be done, such as CoC nr, bank account number and contact details will remain as is.
The project logistics company will continue to conduct business under the brand name of “M-Star Projects, powered by Herfurth Logistics.” Also here, no changes in the current company details. All details will remain as is.