AGS served the aircraft carrying Asean's humanitarian aid for assisting people of 4 provinces in the central Vietnam who were stricken by recent the storm No.12
AGS SERVED THE AIRCRAFT CARRYING ASEAN’S HUMANITARIAN AID FOR ASSISTING PEOPLE OF 4 PROVINCES IN CENTRAL VIETNAM WHO WERE STRICKEN BY RECENT THE STORM NO.12.
On November 16th, aircraft B767-200F of Raya Airways (Malaysia) with flight no.TH4232 carrying 40 tons humanitarian aid for the Vietnamese victims of the storm no.12 from the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA) which landed in Cam Ranh International Airport, Khanh Hoa at 11 am. Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development, appropriate authorities of 4 provinces (Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen, Khanh Hoa), Cam Ranh International Airport's departments, Airport Customs Branch and aviation units had cooperated to ensure the activities about serving the flight, receiving and distributing the relief items that was promptly performed according to the plan. Aviation Ground Services Co., Ltd (AGS) had the honour of being chosen the ground handler for this flight and directly taking part in unloading the relief items from aircraft. On the same day, all relief items were loaded on the trucks to transfer to the locals in 4 provinces (Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa) at 2 pm.
The representative of AHA Centre and 4 representatives of 4 provinces (Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh) shared their hands following ASEAN style as a thank-you from the localities to ASEAN.
AVIATION GROUND HANDLING SERVICES CO.,LTD (AGS) SERVED THE AICRAFT CARRYING ASEAN’S HUMANITARIAN AID.
According to an AHA representative, the US$175,000 shipment included 600 family kits, 3,000 toilet sets, 1,000 home repair kits, and one Aluminium canoe powered by a Yahama 40HP engine. An AHA representative said “We hope that these assistance goods will partly help the victims to overcome the difficulties caused by Typhoon Damrey.”
With the spirit "one ASEAN, one response", the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA) had shared the difficulties with Vietnamese, in particular, the people in Central Vietnam's provinces had been suffering the heavy losses of people and properties caused by storm no.12.