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Ensuring a Seamless Cool Chain





PMPS: In what ways does Qatar Airways Cargo lead the cold chain supply industry?

Guillaume Halleux: Our fleet expansion continues as planned and with both our freighter and passenger network of over 160 destinations, we are able to serve our customers global air freight requirements like no one else. Dedicated climate control facilities at our Doha hub with reefer truck fleets ensure seamless temperature-controlled handling throughout the year. Infrastructure, certification, and technology adaptation will remain our priorities in the coming years, working towards our vision of becoming the carrier of choice in value, scale, reliability, and customer preference.


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Qatar Airways Cargo is a major provider of air cargo services to the freight forwarding industry around the world. The cargo carrier serves over 160 destinations including more than 60 dedicated freighter destinations through their Doha hub in the State of Qatar, utilising a modern fleet of over 250 aircrafts that includes 26 freighters. Qatar Airways Cargo has made substantial investment in its Doha hub with experienced staff and premium facilities to ensure all cargo deliveries are processed efficiently and seamlessly.
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