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Horses for courses: Chapman Freeborn livestock subsidary unveils growth plans

[ June 16, 2014   //   ]

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering’s Intradco annimal transport subsidiary is to extend its operations worldwide. Following Chapman Freeborn’s completion of the acquisition of UK-based Intradco in February this year and integration of the company into its business portfolio over the last three months, the new subsidiary gains access to Chapman Freeborn’s global network of over 30 offices worldwide to introduce its services to new markets.

A leading equine, livestock and exotics transport specialist, Intradco will target potential growth regions around the world.

Managing director of Intradco, Eddie McMullen, said: “The initial focus will be on promoting our services in previously untapped markets by making the most of Chapman Freeborn’s global office coverage and local market knowledge.”

The company’s experience includes coordinating charters for Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Breeders’ Cup and Dubai World Cup winners, as well as more unusual movements including transporting 247 deer from the US to Russia, and 400 alpacas from Chile to London.

Since joining Chapman Freeborn,it also managed a project to fly 47 horses from Dubai as part of the world-famous Cavalia equestrian tour.

Intradco also offers a growing range of owned custom-designed stalls and penning equipment for lease to airlines.


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