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Hactl handles Arctic foxes for rehoming

Hactl handles Arctic foxes for rehoming

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) has handled four Arctic foxes travelling to Montreal for rehoming, flown on an Air Canada Cargo Boeing 777-200.

The females, Chi Chi and Cindy, along with the males, Siu Chu and Yau Nam, were transported to Hactl’s SuperTerminal 1 in a refrigerated truck, and then held in a climate-controlled area of the handling agent’s Livestock Handling Centre before their flight from Hong Kong to Montreal. The foxes are being rehomed from a local wildlife centre to the Quebec Aquarium.

Air Canada Cargo director cargo sales & services, Asia & Pacific, Garry Blagrave says: “We were delighted to play a part in the re-homing of these beautiful animals, and hope they will be very happy in their new, permanent environment. We are very grateful to Hactl for its invaluable assistance with this delicate shipment.”

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