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PowerLogistics Asia 2014 - Global Transportation of Unique Cargo - Alan Baldwin, Volga-Dnepr UK Ltd

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www.powerlogisticsasia.com is an annual project logistics event which is taking place in Singapore. The event brings together the heavy transport and lifting industry that is catering to the oil, gas, heavy engineering, power, mining and other related industries. It offers a great opportunity for participants to hold up the flag in the South East Asian project cargo market. It comprises of educational workshops, conferences, seminars and an exhibition.

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PowerLogistics Asia 2014 - Global Transportation of Unique Cargo - Alan Baldwin, Volga-Dnepr UK Ltd

  1. 1. GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION OF UNIQUE CARGO
  2. 2. Who are Volga-Dnepr Group Case studies from various projects, with a special focus on the PNG Project How to create a timely and cost effective ‘airbridge’ solution for complex projects in remote regions of the world How to ensure the success of your critical airlift programme The real cost of air logistics solutions How to make the ‘impossible’ possible Q & A session PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
  3. 3. Largest air cargo carrier and the world leader on the unique, oversize and heavy cargo market Founded in 1991 Own fleet: 10 x An-124-100 (Volga-Dnepr Airlines) 5 x IL-76TD-90VD (Volga-Dnepr Airlines) 12 x B 747F (AirBridgeCargo) 2 x B737F (Atran Cargo Airlines) Door-to-door solutions Own certified aircraft maintenance centres in Russia, Germany and UAE Own truck fleet (Volga-Trucks Division in Russia) VOLGA-DNEPR GROUP STRUCTURE
  4. 4. Engineering Logistics Center Logistics services Charter Services Scheduled Services Supportive Business Long-Haul Trucking Volga-Trucks New Insurance Company (NIC) International Studies Foreign language training Aviation Insurance Volga-Dnepr Moscow Liaison with governmental agents, aviation authorities Volga-Dnepr- Technics Aircraft maintenance An-124 IL-76 B-747F B-747F An-12 Boeing 737 VOLGA-DNEPR GROUP STRUCTURE
  5. 5. Volga-Dnepr Group 2013 Revenue, $ million 1 606 •Charter air cargo services 745 •Scheduled air cargo services 821 •Other 40,4 Freight traffic, ‘000 FTKs 3 022 878 Air freight transported (tons) 484 885 Our fleet •An-124-100 10 •IL-76TD-90VD 5 •B-747 12 •An-12 3 •B737 2 Volga-Dnepr operates thousands of flights to over 1140 airports in more than 190 countries VOLGA-DNEPR GROUP GLOBAL NETWORK COVERAGE
  6. 6. Efficient combination of outstanding flight capabilities, size and volume of the cargo compartment and effective range of AN-124-100 flight makes this Aircraft the undisputable leader of Outsize and Heavy Cargo Market. Company operates ten AN-124-100 – world’s largest fleet of such aircraft. All-purpose Boeing-747 freighter is the ideal aircraft for general cargo of all types. At the moment 12 aircraft of this type are in operation of AirbridgeCargo Airlines including the largest 747 version – B-8F. IL-76TD-90VD is designed to carry all kinds of cargo including palletized shipments, non-standard and single-piece heavy units. Total gross weight is up to 45 tons. Volga-Dnepr operates 5 new IL-76TD-90VDs, which have no operating restrictions and are capable to operate to any regions worldwide. •AN-124-100 •IL-76TD-90VD •В-747 VOLGA-DNEPR’S GROUP FLEET
  7. 7. THE UNIQUE VOLGA-DNEPR FLEET: AN-124-100
  8. 8. Cargo cabin dimensions: 36.5 x 6.4 x 4.4 meters Volume of the cabin – 1,027 м3 84 610x244x244 22500kg A system for ‘crane-less’ loading/offloading of one-piece loads up to 80 tons Maximum payload up to 120 tons A system to carry one-piece loads up to 120 tons A two-tier car rack system to accommodate up to 53 cars On-board crane system with 30 tons lift capability Q Q Q Q A system for loading/offloading of heavy trucks Q Q THE AN-124-100 MODULAR LOADING PLATFORM
  9. 9. THE UNIQUE VOLGA-DNEPR FLEET: IL-76TD-90VD
  10. 10. Volga-Dnepr fleet: 5 x IL-76TD-90VD Maximum payload up to 50 tons On-board crane system with 10 tons lift capability A system to carry one-piece loads up to 50 tonnes IL-76TD-90VD can perform flights to airfields with ground coatings Completely conforms ICAO’s current and long- range requirements. Certificated for worldwide A system for ‘crane-less’ loading/offloading of one- piece loads up to 50 tons Q Q Q Q Q Q Characteristics IL-76TD IL-76TD-90VD MTOW, tons 190 195 Payload, tons 48 50 ICAO noise requirements Chapter 2 Chapter 4 Max. range with max. payload, km 3,800 4,600 Cruise speed, km/h 750-780 750-800 Fuel consumption, tp/h 9 7.2 Max. airfield elevation, m 1,800 3,000 Mean time between maintenance, hours 300±30 500±50 Dimensions and weight characteristics
  11. 11. 747-8F m3 ft3 Main cargo hold 692,7 24,462 Number of pallets 96"x125" 46 Lower cargo hold 150,0 5,330 Bulk 14,0 496 747-400 m3 ft3 Main cargo hold 607.7 21,462 Number of pallets 96"x125" 39 Lower cargo hold 158,5 5,600 Bulk 12,7 448 AIRBRIDGECARGO AIRLINES FLEET Young fleet (average age of ABC fleet – 3.5 years) The most modern widebody cargo aircraft “GoGreen” strategy – low level of CO2 emissions Possibility to carry temperature-controlled goods Nose-loading, ability to load oversized, non-standard cargo
  12. 12. A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Handling complex and challenging global transportation movements
  13. 13. 13 A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Self –sustainable: 45ft Container loading via rear on-board crane system
  14. 14. A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Tracked: Self-Propelled vehicles
  15. 15. A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Roll On / Roll Off: U.S. Navy - Deep Submergence Recovery Vessel (D.S.R.V)
  16. 16. A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Power House Unit (PHU) – 28m x 4m x 3.9m – 68 MT
  17. 17. How do you safely secure a 98 tonne turbine for transit, whilst dispersing high weight yield and being able to load / offload – ASK VD’s E.L.C - 17 A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Super Heavy, Wide and Dense
  18. 18. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION: Create a fixed hanging frame to disperse weight and avoid damage to aircraft interior
  19. 19. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION: Create a fixed hanging frame to disperse weight and avoid damage to aircraft interior
  20. 20. A TRULY DIVERSE AND UNIQUE FLEET Long and Wide cargo
  21. 21. Our customers for charter services •Siemens •GE •Alcatel •Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd •BP •Exxon Mobil •Total •Gazprom •Alrosa •CAT •Komatsu •Rosoboronexport •Khrunichev •RAC "MiG •JSC "Russian Helicopters“ •UN •Russian Emergency Situations Ministry •Red Cross •WFP Military cargo •NATO •U.S. Department of Defense •UK MoD •France MoD •Japan MoD •German MoD • Boeing • Space System Loral • Lockheed Martin • Thales Alenia • Astrium Industrial equipment Oil and gas equipment Vehicles Aerospace technology Humanitarian logistics Engineering and logistics services •DHL •Bertling Logistics •Rolls-Royce •Polymetal •Shell •Agip Co
  22. 22.  MODERN CREW TRAINING FACILTIES  IN-HOUSE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT  WORLDWIDE OPERATING AUTHORITY  MAINTENANCE BASES IN RUSSIA, GERMANU AND UAE  IN DEPTH KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE  STRINGENT OPERATIONAL AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS  COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED STANDARDS  UNPARALLELED SAFETY RECORD AS AN OPERATOR OF AN-124 AND IL-76 AIRCRAFT  ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE AND FLIGHT SAFETY SYSTEM MEETS THE ICAO REQUIREMENTS What makes Volga-Dnepr a qualified operator
  23. 23. Sustaining Safety Commitment Flight Safety - evolution of approaches •Provide Safety •Prevent Accidents •Manage Safety Audited Conformity with International Quality and Safety Standards •ISO 9001-2000 - certifies that the company's flight, maintenance and dispatch operations comply with world-recognized quality standards and provides an additional robust competitive advantage in the global market. •ISO 14001:2004 – certifies that the company has in place an environmental management system to enable them to reduce their environmental footprint on society. Member of •ICAO – International Civil Aviation Organization •IATA – International Air Transport Association •BACA – the Baltic Air Charter Association •FIATA – International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations •BIFA – British International Freight Association Business Code of Ethics introduced and followed at every level of the company Throughout the history, winner of numerous international awards within the industry
  24. 24. Special Loading Equipment – Volga-Dnepr’s Know-How Q Q Q Q Q On-board crane system with 30 tons lift capability One-piece loads up to 120 tons ‘Crane-less’ loading/offloading of one-piece loads up to 80 tons A two-tier car rack system for up to 53 cars Heavy trucks 84 610x244x244 22500kg Q A two-tier car rack system for SUV’s and vans 24
  25. 25. TECHNICAL POSSIBILITIES FOR MOVING OUTSIZED AND SUPER HEAVY CARGO
  26. 26.  Wheel lift system for 20ft & 40ft containers - weight up to 18t; - height up to 290 cm. SPECIAL LOADING EQUIPMENT – VOLGA-DNEPR’S KNOW-HOW
  27. 27. 2 0 2 2 ~ 13 000 80...100 1 7 0 2 Platform of the trailer Wheel supports Adjustable supports ramp Aircraft ramp 900+50 1400+50 1730 О Not a ramp djustable supports  Crane-less loading SPECIAL LOADING EQUIPMENT – VOLGA-DNEPR’S KNOW-HOW
  28. 28. Special system to increase standard onboard cranes capacity An-124-100 - up to 30 tons capacity; - 380 cm. height max. Il-76TD-90VD - up to 12 tons capacity; - 285 cm. height max. 28 SPECIAL LOADING EQUIPMENT – VOLGA-DNEPR’S KNOW-HOW
  29. 29.  A two-tier car-rack system - up to 53 cars (B-segment small cars/C-segment medium cars); - car rack system for SUV’s and vans with up to 200cm. height. SPECIAL LOADING EQUIPMENT – VOLGA-DNEPR’S KNOW-HOW
  30. 30.  Heavy trucks/vehicles - up to 12,5 tons per axle* - up to 36 meters length - side-by-side loading * With no additional equipment to be used, otherwise spreading panels/ some loading equipment required SPECIAL LOADING EQUIPMENT – VOLGA-DNEPR’S KNOW-HOW
  31. 31. •Any pressurized package to have relieve valves for pressure compensation inside the container during climb and descend. •Wooden package to provide direct access to the tie-down points of the cargo. •Cargo inside the package must be properly secured in respect of maximum G-forces. •Cargo and its packaging to sustain maximum operating loads during the flight: PACKING AND CARGO PREPARATION
  32. 32. S I M P L E S K E T C H 2 D - D R A W I N G S 3 D - M O D E L DEVELOPING ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS
  33. 33. Urgent delivery of rotors HHN-LOS: Multimodal delivery, design of special loading equipment •Special frames were designed for this transportation by VDA; •Frame manufacturing and delivery to the factory in Germany; •Delivery of the cargo from the factory in Olde to HHN airport. С LOS HHN EXAMPLES OF MISSIONS PERFORMED
  34. 34. UVZ exhibitions supporting during 2011-2013: DOOR-TO-DOOR delivery of heavy military vehicles. SVX JNB DEL XCR UUBW 12 flights 2011-2013 y India SAR France Russia EXAMPLES OF MISSIONS PERFORMED
  35. 35. Return delivery of the empty satellite container: Multimodal, DOOR-TO-DOOR KJA LED Trucking Sea freight С YMX EXAMPLES OF MISSIONS PERFORMED
  36. 36. 36 EXAMPLES OF MISSIONS PERFORMED
  37. 37. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION: Create a fixed hanging frame to disperse weight and avoid damage to aircraft interior
  38. 38. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION: Create a fixed hanging frame to disperse weight and avoid damage to aircraft interior
  39. 39. LOADING PROCESS
  40. 40. Engineering and technical analysis Specialist packing and frames Documentation and customs procedures Hire of special loading equipment, such as mobile cranes and trailers Optimal route and load planning for the end- to-end cargo Full multimodal solution, including road, rail and ocean logistics Insurance and Warehousing Air Logistics is only part of our story
  41. 41. THE OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM Cheap = Fast = Quality = Cheap Not Fast Optimal Balancing Solutions – How Volga Dnepr can do it Expensive Is Time Money ?? •Money is recoverable •Time is Time – an unrecoverable element
  42. 42. Ad hoc, time driving factors (emergency, humanitarian aid, military, high penalty for late delivery, supply chain failure); Lack of infrastructure (regions difficult of access, military, humanitarian ops); Airfreight but odd size/ heavy cargo; High value cargo, high sensitive cargo (great risks to damage); Safety reasons; Special cargo (ammo, AVI, DG, art, hazardous); “Just In Time” projects; KEY FACTORS FOR AIRCHARTER $ BUDGET $
  43. 43. CASE STUDIES OF OPERATIONAL AND OPTIMIZATION OF COSTS
  44. 44. •Supply Chain failure •AOG •Humanitarian relief matters. •Peace keeping operations 1. Time critical LGG 50 days IAD DXB CHS KDH AMC 481 charters … 2002-2012 гг KBL ACC EMA VVI PVG 25 days TUN KRT 14 days LAX / IAH / ATL NGO WHY DO CUSTOMERS CHOOSE AIR TRANSPORTATION
  45. 45. 2.Lack of infrastructure Колумбия Far East • Military cargo; • Humanitarian/relief matters; • Industrial projects logistics. Chad, Equatorial PWE GDX Polimetall 16 flights 2012 y Afghanistan AMC 5741… flights 2002-2012 yy BP and others. 154 flights 1996-2012 yy LED PYJ YKS DME Alrosa 18 flights 2006-2008 yy KBR, Esso.. 121 flights 1996-2012 yy Siberia Sudan UN, RS 88 flights 1996-2012 yy WHY DO CUSTOMERS CHOOSE AIR TRANSPORTATION
  46. 46. 3.Oversize cargo •Heavy machinery •Energy related cargo DYU IKA 105 tons Transformators 2 flights 2011 y FRU ОАО Силовые машины Turbine wheel 2008 y 95 tons LED FRA EMA VBS GE Rotors 98-105 tons MAD SVQ WHY DO CUSTOMERS CHOOSE AIR TRANSPORTATION
  47. 47. PEK XIC •High-tech equipment; •Satellites •Telecom. equipment China 4. High value cargo EMA TLS Rolls-Royce 45 flights 2003-2013 yy Europe CAY NUQ US - Latin America MUC UAON FDH EADS 4 flights 2006-2013 yy 20 flights 2006-2013 yy SSL, LM 17 flights 2006-2013 yy WHY DO CUSTOMERS CHOOSE AIR TRANSPORTATION
  48. 48. •DG, DG FF (safe route , transit permissions) •AVI (Live animals) •Art, Luxury 5. Special cargo CCK SYD SVX BUD CEK JNB DEL XCR LYS BUH YTR RAX TPE AMQ SIN MFM 2 flights 2006 г UVZ (exhibitions) 6 flights 2012 y 5 flights 2012-14 г WHY DO CUSTOMERS CHOOSE AIR TRANSPORTATION
  49. 49. 1996-1998, 2005 128 Flights 10,000 Tonnes via АN-124-100 Project cost BP - $1.6 billion BRITISH PETROLEUM: EL YOPAL, COLOMBIA 49
  50. 50. Авиационная Морская + наземная Goods are transported by plane Cost avialogistiki 10,000 tons gruzov- $ 12 million 95% safe delivery to its destination Required completion of the airport - $ 20 million Груз перевозится кораблем и траками Стоимость интермодальной логистики порядка 6млн $ Необходимо строительство наземной инфраструктуры: ~ 100 млн. $ «Бандитский налог» за наземную логистику ~ 35 млн. Высокая вероятность кражи оборудования и строительного материала во время наземной доставки Обеспечение безопасности наземной логистики порядка 30 млн $ Необходимо полтора года до ввода проекта The full cost of the logistics of the project – $32 million Полная стоимость логистического проекта могла превысить – 171 млн $ Additional income from the accelerated entry of oil for 1.5 years - $ 1 billion Критерии выбора заказчиком авиалогистики BRITISH PETROLEUM: EL YOPAL, COLOMBIA
  51. 51. Cost of intermodal logistics ~ $6 million Development of ground infrastructure ~ $100 million Safety measures for ground transportation ~ $30 million 1.5 years before the project can start Cost of air logistics ~ $12 millon Upgrade of the airport ~ $20 million Safe delivery to destination $1 BILLION Air transportation Ground and Ocean transportation BRITISH PETROLEUM: EL YOPAL, COLOMBIA
  52. 52. 2002-2007 56 FLIGHTS 4,500 tons Njamena, Chad
  53. 53. Njamena, Chad Air transportation Water & Ground transportation Cost of air logistics – $25 mln Safe delivery to destination Cost of intermodal logistics ~ $10 mln Development of ground infrastructure: 8 bridges and 200 km of road ~ $2,5 billion Construction of ground infrastructure and ground transportation can only take place 4 months out of 12 Equipment safety risks
  54. 54. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia 95+ flights on different aircraft types 3,000 tons of equipment
  55. 55. Cost
  56. 56. Cost
  57. 57. Criteria for choosing Air Transportation in industrial projects 1) Technical possibility for airfreight 2) Logistics project costs 3) Security of cargo and people on the project 4) Time frame
  58. 58. Ways of optimization 1.Optimum transport solution 2.Combination of different transport capacities 3.The most suitable choice of aircrafts types 4.Load planning of transport capacities 5.Loading/Offloading and transportation technologies 6.Choice of operating airports 7. Packaging 8. Choice of reliable service providers
  59. 59. Bergamo – Berezniki Project Target: 83 tons Heat Exchanger. Reasons for Air Transportation: Time critical sequence of events -Late production in Italy -Coming low temperatures season in Russia -Feature installation procedures only at above 0 temperatures allowed
  60. 60. Bergamo - Berezniki. «Door-to-Door» delivery MXP PEE 5 Hours We have worked out and offered cargo delivery from the manufacturer to the consumer within 3 days (including customs formalities) •Obtaining permissions for trucking: 3 weeks •Trailer loading: 4 hours •Trailer offloading: 4 hours •Aircraft loading: 8-10 hours •Trailer offloading: 4 hours •Customs clearance: 3-4h •Trailer loading: 8 hours Suisio, BG, Italy Milan, a/p MXP Perm’, Russia a/p PEE Berezniki, Russia Air Transportation Trucking 5 hrs Trucking 12 hrs 12 hrs *Exclude time for obtaining permissions Tasks VD have been solving BEFORE and during the operation: - Cargo preparation coordination - Road clearance and issues with passes. - Cranes/trailers arrangements at both ends. - Customs formalities…
  61. 61. Sankt Polten - Bratsk Project – «Door-to-Door delivery» Target: Runner for Bratsk HPP, 82 tons Reasons for Air Transportation: -Critical dimensions and weight of the cargo (diameter 630cm, weight ` 82 tons). -Poor infrastructure in Eastern Siberia and severe weather conditions during winter time, consequently ground transportation and sea-freight look barely possible and quite risky.
  62. 62. Sankt Polten - Bratsk. «Door-to-Door delivery» •Obtaining of permissions for trucking: 3 weeks •Loading onto trailer: 24FEB - 4 hours •Loading into the aircraft: 25FEB - 8 hours •Delivery from airport to Bratsk HPP and offloading 27FEB - 6 hours. •Cargo offloading onto trailer: 26FEB - 8 hours Sankt Polten, AUSTRIA Vienna a/p, AUSTRIA Bratsk a/p, Russia Hydroelectric Power Station Air Transportation Trucking 11 hours Trucking 2 hours 3 hours 1.To load such heavy cargo into An-124 Volga-Dnepr’s technical specialists worked out unique loading solution. 2.Volga-Dnepr’s logistic department took care of all stages of transportation starting from loading of cargo at shipper’s warehouse at St.Polten (Austria) till delivery to Bratsk Power House. BTK VIE DME Tasks VD have been solving BEFORE and during the operation: - designing of special frame for cargo lashing inside the airplane; - obtaining of road clearances required for ground transportation of outsized cargo; - hiring of equipment for loading / unloading (crane, trailers, etc.) at Vienna, Bratsk airports.
  63. 63. Maastrichten – Khabarovsk Project, 51 t.- 2 days Target: Two self driven platforms for heavy cargoes, 25,5 tons each (23t platform + 2,5t control unit) Reasons for Air Transportation: -Supply chain failure due to heavy flooding in Russia’s Far East; -High penalty for late delivery
  64. 64. Maastrichten – Khabarovsk Project 1.Load optimization and wide range of VD Group fleet allowed to come up to the combined solution: IL-76 + Boeing 747 which was 40% cheaper than standard An-124 charter. 2.Deadline to avoid penalty charge15.11.13. Transportation started 07.11.13, departure from MST 09.11.13, delivered to final destination point 11.11.13. 3.Additional services including technical expertise of the cargo, external cranes hire, terminal and apron freight handling, obtaining necessary clearances and permits, etc. •MST – DME = 3 hours •DME – KJA = 4 hours •KJA – KHV = 4 hours. •Trailer offloading: 4-5 hours •Customs clearance: 3-4h •Aircraft offloading and trailer loading : 8 hours Maastricht, Netherlands Khabarovsk Russia AMS, Netherlands Khabarovsk, Russia + 5 hours Boeing 747 Air Transportation 5 tons IL76TD-90VD Air Transportation KHV AMS MST DME KJA 46 tons
  65. 65. AIR TRANSPORT UTILIZATION FOR LARGE AND COMPLEX PROJECTS
  66. 66. EXXON LNG - Papua New Guinea Project Complex, Technical and Cost driven
  67. 67. PNG LNG Project •DEC 2008 – Inaugural visit by VD specialists to commence site inspections for location of future runway •OCT 2011 – Tender process started •APR 2012 – VD chosen as carrier of choice •MAY-AUG 2013 – Commencement of flight services from Port Moresby to newly built Komo airport
  68. 68. Environment & HOW DO WE GET IT THERE? →Well-sites & Gas Conditioning Plant located in PNG Highlands (800km in-land / 2,500m altitude) →97 Bridges between main port (Lae) & job site : BUT Max Capacity = 60 tons Gross Vehicle Weight →Impact in improving road & bridge infrastructure = MASSIVE COST plus TIME →SOLUTION: →General Equipment / Construction Supplies = by ROAD along existing 800km route →Critical / Heavy / Oversized Equipment = by AIRBRIDGE SOLUTION Antonov 124 – Aircraft of Choice Purpose built Airport / Run-way for AN124 Dedicated Heavy Haul Route (25km to site)
  69. 69. Komo Airport – Early build stages of new runway
  70. 70. Komo Airport - A few more truckloads of soil to move…
  71. 71. Komo Airport - Nearly done...
  72. 72. Komo Airport - Just need to paint the 3.5 km runway...
  73. 73. Komo Airport - Time to Fly after 2 years of infrastructure building…
  74. 74. Verification of trailer design
  75. 75. FINAL TRAILER LOAD & OFF-LOAD SOLUTION
  76. 76. Scope of work Manufacturing Stage Priority List Consolidation PNG Sea Port  Airport Flight Execution Offload Komo Technical Advice and Loadability Studies Delivery Schedule and Contingency Plans Forward Load Planning Immediate Load Planning Tracking Safety Procedures Quality Control
  77. 77. Key facts of the Papua New Guinea project implementation Period of operation: 3rd of May – 14th of August 2013 88 flights performed 5.7 MILLION kilos of cargo carried Average optimized payload 72,000 kg on each flight 6 flights per week. Synchronised – Just In Time flights No delays and more critically – No damage No problems with loading during flights execution.
  78. 78. Key Success Factors Early involvement in the planning process Coordination of technical details and delivery schedules with manufacturers Optimization of loading/offloading methods and procedures Permanent contact with the project team for effective cooperation Clear and transparent system of load planning and making technical decisions Well defined aircraft maintenance plans and contingency procedures. Uncompromised approach to flight safety Previous experience with similar projects
  79. 79. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION IT IS NOW TIME TO FLY BUT PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU NEED ANY ASSITANCE WITH ANY CHARTER, ENGINEERING OR LOGISTICAL OPPORTUNITIES alan.baldwin@volga-dnepr.co.uk

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