dnata adds cool dollies in Australia

dnata is staying ahead of the pack and has added two dollies each to its growing fleet at the Sydney and Melbourne airports.


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dnata stays ahead in keeping cargo cool in Australia

dnata has added four cool dollies to its fleet in Australia, as the company continues to stay ahead of the pack by investing in cutting-edge equipment to further enhance its cargo handling capabilities globally.

These special containers will ensure safe and seamless delivery of temperature-sensitive goods, including pharmaceuticals and vaccines, between aircraft and dnata’s cargo facilities.

The company said it is the first air services provider to offer a fully integrated, temperature-controlled cool chain for pharma and perishable shipments in the Australian market. dnata will operate two cool dollies each at Sydney Airport (SYD) and Melbourne Airport (MEL).

See photos below and read full release here.

From left to right: Terence Yong, Regional Cargo Development Director, dnata; Matthew Duffy, General Manager Operations, Sydney International Airport; Dhruv Gupta, Chief Aviation Officer, Sydney International Airport; Brett Fuller, Managing Director, dnata Australia



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