MAB Kargo delivers oil shipment to Brunei
Oct 08, 2018: MAB Kargo Sdn Bhd (MABkargo), cargo division of Malaysian Airlines, has recently aced another shipment of oil well parts on a special charter flight MH6052 from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei (BWN).
The shipment which sits on one crate, was carefully placed into its A330-200F freighter aircraft in KUL for onward flight to BWN.
“The oil & gas industry’s charters have always been very challenging and more often than not present logistical intricacies. In this case, we have re-routed the scheduled flight planned for Kuala Lumpur–Labuan–Hanoi into BWN to meet a special request for immediate delivery,” said Amiroel Shazrie Yussof, MABkargo’s Sales & Marketing general manager.
“Charter flights are ideal for the oil & gas industry as they allow our customers to work on their own schedule utilising the most convenient airports. We have also handled many types of charters – oil & gas, Grand Prix, concert equipment and livestock movements being the major ones. Our experience in handling charters created a niche strength for us and has secured the trust of our customers. Today, charter flights are a key revenue generator for MABkargo,” he ended.
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