Move One gets contract to serve military stations in Afghanistan through 2025
DUBAI: Move One, the largest foreign-owned freight forwarder in Afghanistan, announced its aircraft handling contract on Bagram, Kandahar and Kabul military airfields in is extended through 2025.
With a team of more than 50 staff in Afghanistan who support the physical handling, download, and upload, Move One handles goods from up to 100 aircraft per month across the three military stations.
“To support our physical operations structure we have a large experienced team of operations coordinators and administrative support staff in our back-offices in Northern Macedonia, the UAE, and India—making us capable of supporting large volumes of air cargo and surge requirements on a moment’s notice including all documentation, tracking, invoicing and communication requirements at all times,” Move One said in a press statement.
Move One handles about 8 million kilos of cold chain products bound for Afghanistan every month in addition to large volumes of vehicles and spare parts, communication equipment, UAVs and associated spare parts, aviation engines and parts, camp supplies, construction equipment, tactical cargo, among many other shipments.
Now approaching its 20th year of operations in war-torn Afghanistan, Move One says it looks forward to many more years of supporting the international community’s efforts to stabilize the country and to create the conditions for National prosperity.