Sunday, June 23, 2024
Air Partner helps clear up after Super Typhoon Mangkhut

Air Partner helps clear up after Super Typhoon Mangkhut

Air Partner is helping clear up the mess caused by Super Typhoon Mangkhut with the delivery of supplies to Guam, on behalf of Radiant Global Logistics.

The typhoon went through Southeast Asia and Hong Kong with winds of 157mph, and as extreme weather conditions continue, both Radiant and Air Partner remain on high alert to ensure they can offer support.

Air Partner’s cargo division provided Radiant with the Antonov AN-225 and an AN-124 operated by Antonov Airlines to move urgent relief supplies such as water and food.

As Radiant coordinated the rapid response logistics for the needs of their customer, the Air Partner team worked around the clock to mobilise and deliver the time-critical project successfully.

Air Partner vice president of cargo, Jack Burt says: “In critical moments like this, Air Partner is able to help communities prepare for potential disaster and destruction. The Emergency Planning Division and cargo divisions are always ready to help execute any level of support and recovery.”

Radiant Global Logistics director of humanitarian aid, Wiley Knight says: “Through the support and quality of service that Air Partner provides, we were able to successfully complete these projects within 24 hours after the storm passed. Our partnership and the absolutely essential understanding of rapid response is exactly what we needed to fulfil our missions.”

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