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Covid-19 Hospital Air Charter

Coronavirus Field Hospital Airlift

Slaven Ristic (philanthropist) and Milorad Dodik (President of Bosnia and Herzegovina )

Slaven Ristic (philanthropist) and Milorad Dodik (President of Bosnia and Herzegovina )

 

ProCharter’s CEO Andy Fleming commented ‘Everyone involved in the supply, transportation, and handling of the equipment worked tirelessly to ensure the flights operate on schedule to combat the Corona Virus.’

ProCharter recently completed a series of cargo charter flights from Cologne-Bonn, Germany to Banja Luka for the Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 virus pandemic. The 500 bed field hospital transported by ProCharter, manufactured by the German company Kleh Systems, and donated by Tehnički Remont Bratunac and Elvaco MetPro, two Bosnian Serb engineering companies owned by the locally raised entrepreneur CEO Slaven Ristic.

Critical Air Cargo On Schedule

The initial flights were met at Banja Luka airport by Government representative President, Milorad Dodik and philanthropist Slaven Ristic. Additional flights are scheduled to take place transporting further elements of the field hospital, as well as much needed ventilators that have been procured in Russia. As the chosen and preferred charter service provider, ProCharter will be completing an additional series of flights during the coming weeks to further support this effort.

‘Rapid delivery of time-sensitive life support cargo can be the key to any mission success. ProCharter’s legacy in these environments allows us to anticipate operational challenges and swiftly react to customer needs.’

 

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Nepal aid logistics challenges continue

Mike King reporting from Kathmandu | Published Thursday, 07 May 2015 by Lloyds Loading List

… Dean Dawson, Aviation Manager for ProCharter, said obtaining a permit had become harder in recent days. “The agency that’s receiving the cargo now has to be provided with a huge amount of detail about the cargo and the aircraft,” he said. “It’s a far lengthier process to get approval.”

“We’re bringing cargo in for the International Red Cross and World Food Programme. So this is delaying the arrival of their relief supplies.”

“Getting cargo trucked here is very difficult, but once the monsoon season starts it will get even worse. So it’s absolutely vital to get supplies in as soon as possible.”

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