Qatar Cargo offers historic shipment of day-old breeding stock chicks

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ON, MAY 29, Qatar Airways Cargo, in assisting global poultry breeding firm Aviagen® and sister firm Hubbard®, utilised its flight vacationing from Doha, Qatar to Hong Kong to produce a stay in Bangladesh and shipped the 168,760 Ross®, Indian River®, and Hubbard day-old breeding inventory chicks through Qatar’s QR Live provider, which functions in compliance with IATA's Live Animal Regulations. This is the greatest solo shipment of day-good old breeding stock chicks ever before.

Chicks were delivered from three spots - Chicago in america, and Paris and Amsterdam in Europe - all converging in Doha, Qatar. From there they boarded the diverted flight of a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 freighter to go to Bangladesh, where these were dispatched to the average person farms of Aviagen clients Kazi Grandparents Ltd. (Indian River) and Nahar Agro Complex Ltd. (Ross), and also Hubbard client Aftab Hatchery Ltd. The chicks arrived securely and promptly on May 30.

As soon as the chicks kept their respective hatcheries in america and Europe, until they arrived carefully on buyer farms in Bangladesh, their health insurance and welfare were the most notable priority for the scores of folks managing their care. These were kept well-hydrated, and their temperature and airflow had been handled and monitored along every stage of the voyage. All international animal transport guidelines were followed to guarantee the wellness, safety, and comfort of the chicks, and as an extra safeguard, an animal attendant stayed with the birds and looked after them through the entire flight from Doha.

The good receipt of 168,760 healthy chicks to buyer farms in Bangladesh expected incredible logistical planning, organisation and collaboration among all functions involved: the staff of export professionals, Qatar Airways Cargo, JAS Worldwide freight forwarding business, NNR global logistics organization, the Bangladesh Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, U.S. Section of Agriculture (USDA), Foreign Agriculture Support (FSA), USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Assistance (APHID) liaison, the three buyers and others.

“We are glad to aid our customer Aviagen to move their most significant shipment of day-older chicks. We've expanded our procedures in this crisis operating charters and freight-only passenger aircraft furthermore to your scheduled freighter procedures to aid global trade and permit customers like Aviagen to move their products seamlessly around the globe.” explained Guillaume Halleux, chief officer cargo with Qatar Airways.

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