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SINGAPORE — Singapore Airlines said that it is ready to transport coronavirus vaccines around the world with its seven Boeing 747-400 Freighter aircraft during a press conference. 
The airline also stated it could also assign its passenger planes for this purpose if more capacity is needed.

SIA created a task force this year to ensure all aspects of its cargo operations are available for the transportation of time- and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical shipments upon the releases.

Besides, SIA has signed leasing deals with several cold chain container providers as thermal protection systems are required to make sure the vaccines are stored according to their temperature requirements.
"In addition to the active tracking of the shipments through these devices, SIA has a 24/7 cargo hub operations team that will monitor the vaccine shipments through its digital operations control tower,"
the company noted in the statement.

SIA Cargo carried 22,000 tonnes of pharmaceutical materials in the last financial year (March 2019 - March 2020).#
Via (Singapore Airlines)
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