IAG delivers irreplaceable artifacts
IAG Cargo has successfully transported 10 irreplaceable artifacts and artworks for the BP exhibition Indigenous Australia: enduring civilisation, which opened on 23 April.
May 1, 2015
IAG Cargo has successfully transported 10 irreplaceable artifacts and artworks for the BP exhibition Indigenous Australia: enduring civilisation, which opened on 23 April. Th e items travelled over 16,000 km from Australia to the UK through Secure, IAG Cargo’s high-security service. The delivery was supported by IAG Cargo’s role as official logistics partner for the event and highlights the carrier’s reputation for quality, care and security in the delivery of precious goods.
During the delivery, IAG Cargo’s Secure team worked alongside specialists from the British Museum and National Museum of Australia to help ensure the maximum care possible was taken in the transport of these priceless artifacts. The team worked in IAG Cargo’s custom-designed handling areas that incorporate the very latest in state-ofthe- art security technology.
“Being entrusted to deliver these culturally significant artifacts for the British Museum is a tremendous privilege and underscores the strength of the Secure product,” said Steve Gunning, CEO of IAG Cargo. “Our continued investment in our products, network and staff has delivered positive results for what promises to be a hugely important exhibition and there’s a real sense of excitement at being associated with it.”