Chapman Freeborn’s Intradco goes global
Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has announced a major expansion plan for its subsidiary Intradco Cargo Services which will see the company extend its animal transport operations on a worldwide basis.
July 1, 2014
Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has announced a major expansion plan for its subsidiary Intradco Cargo Services which will see the company extend its animal transport operations on a worldwide basis. The global aircraft charter specialist – which completed the acquisition of UK-based Intradco in February of this year – said it is initiating a worldwide growth strategy following the successful integration of the company into its business portfolio over the last three months.
As the world’s leading equine, livestock and exotics transport specialist, Intradco has over three decades of experience providing the safest air transport solutions for animals of all shapes and sizes. The company – which is also at the forefront of designing and leasing its own equipment for animal transportation – will now utilise Chapman Freeborn’s global network of over 30 offices worldwide to introduce its services to new markets.
In the highly-specialised field of bloodstock movements, they will target potential growth regions around the world, ranging from their base in the UK to racing and breeding industries in North America, South America, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australasia.
“This is an exciting development for Intradco that we believe sits perfectly with our approach – it just makes sense,” observed Eddie McMullen, managing director of Intradco. “The initial focus will be on promoting our services in previously untapped markets by making the most of Chapman Freeborn’s global office coverage and local market knowledge. There are exciting times ahead!”