EAS INTERNATIONAL & PARIS-VATRY AIRPORT FACING THE RAISE OF THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR
EAS International, expert in management of client’s crisis, has chartered during few weeks in collaboration with Paris-Vatry Airport around 48000kg, in total 7500 packages of automotive parts.
Customers called on EAS International due to their expertise in the automotive sector for more than 30 years, in order to face the pandemic and minimize the delay of production.
During these operations, EAS International and Paris-Vatry Airport teams were mobilized 24/7 to ensure the setting up of charters in short time and guarantee a fast delivery to the final clients.
To carry out this work, 25 charters were realized in non-EU countries since September.
« These operations prove how much the air cargo sector has the capacity to answer quickly to load variations in the industrial sector. Offer an efficient solution is the priority of Paris-Vatry Airport. We are so glad and proud to have been able to answer by the side of EAS International to this emergency. Once again, this collaboration demonstrates the importance to work with all people involved in the supply chain.” Declared Christophe Parois, Director of Paris-Vatry Airport
Discover this operation on video: https://youtu.be/xrxK833r2UA
EAS International : Time critical delivery
EAS International have been time-critical logistics specialists for more than 30 years on the market and they help their clients by keeping their supply chain running under optimal conditions. They offer tailored and customized transport solutions, whatever the sector, destination, shipment and level of crisis with a 24/7 availability.
Paris-Vatry: the cargo-minded airport
Paris-Vatry is a French airport located at the crossroads of the main European transport routes. Paris-Vatry airport offers faculty and high quality in handling all types of cargo: general, controlled temperature, live animals, humanitarian, sensitive goods, and extra-large cargo. It provides a full range of cargo services, 24/7/365 operations and adapted infrastructure. The two freight terminals have a capacity of 12,000 m2 storage including a 2,500 m2 perishables center and five cold rooms. Paris-Vatry airport is committed in a CEIV pharma certification.