100 million face masks moved

Picture from left to right: Jonathan Van Kan, Stijn Van Asbroeck, Ariane Lamon, Mégane Praet, Christophe Eulaerts, Frederic Brun

DSV Belgium has solid experience in the transport of pharmaceutical products for different customers. With a pharma hub based at Brussels Airport a lot of experience and know-how has been built up over the years.

Last weekend, the forwarder handled one hundred million mouth masks, an important milestone for its Belgian organisation that has put a lot of effort in “to satisfy our customers and as such tries to contribute to the overall wellbeing of all Belgian citizens,” said the company.

Through a combined network of own flights, charters or part charters and its strong relationship with commercial airlines, the company designed a reliable solution at fair market prices to support customers and governmental authorities. In collaboration with the handling agents at different airports such as Brussels, Liege and Luxembourg, the forwarder processed material as efficiently and quickly as possible and offered supplementary services to customers.

Christophe Eulaerts, sales director of DSV BELUX, said: “When the COVID-19 crisis started, we noticed that a lot of our customers had issues to get orders confirmed and released by the Chinese authorities in order to connect on the booked flights, which often resulted in extra costs as deadlines were not kept. By offering our support on the co-ordination, we managed to align supply chains to actual flight schedules and have the most efficient result.

“Our sales team is becoming an expert in every mouth mask producing country and we always stick to our blueprint as it’s a proven concept for success. Off to the next milestone of 200.000.000.”