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Move One extends Afghan aircraft handling projects

Posted 13 April 2020 · Add Comment

As the largest foreign-owned freight forwarder in Afghanistan, Move One, which has an office in the UAE, has announced the extension of aircraft handling contracts on Bagram, Kandahar, and Kabul military airfields through 2025.


Move One has a team of 50+ staff in Afghanistan who support the physical handling, download, and upload of up to 100 aircrafts per month across three stations. To support physical operations, the company has large experienced teams of operation coordinators and administrative support staff in back-offices located in Northern Macedonia, the UAE, and India, all capable of supporting large volumes of air cargo and surge requirements on a moment's notice including all documentation, tracking, invoicing and communication requirements at all times.


The company handles up to 8,000,000 kilos of cold chain product each month in Afghanistan as well as large volumes of vehicles and spare parts, communication equipment, UAVs and associated spare parts, aviation engines and parts, camp supplies, construction equipment, and tactical cargo.


Move One have now been operating in Afghanistan for 19 years.

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