Bolloré Transport & Logistics Morocco commits alongside the Ministry of the Interior and Softgoup for the logistics of ten million masks
27 March 2020
As part of the solidarity effort initiated by King Mohammed VI aimed at limiting the spread of the Covid-19 virus across the country, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Morocco has committed to supporting the initiative by offering the logistics management services for ten million medical masks intended for the Moroccan Ministry of the Interior and other public-service institutions.
To that end, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Morocco will in the coming days be managing all the logistics operations concerning storage, preparation and the loading of delivery trucks. These operations will be carried out in a warehouse in the SoftLogistic business park belonging to Softgroup, located just one kilometre away from the production plant of Soft Tech, a Softgroup subsidiary that is producing and providing the masks free of charge.
The warehouse is accessible 24-7 and compliant with international standards on occupational safety. Given the current situation, and to limit the risk of the handling staff at the warehouse contracting the virus, stringent hygiene measures are being applied and the number of employees present is strictly supervised.
Younes Lamarti, Managing Director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics Morocco
Through this solidarity initiative, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Morocco is demonstrating its support for all those directly or indirectly impacted by Covid-19 and remains mobilised to cope with this major health crisis.
About Bolloré Transport & Logistics
Bolloré Transport & Logistics is a major operator in international transport and logistics with 36,500 employees across 107 countries. A global player in the supply chain, the company designs and implements bespoke solutions with high added value. Based at the world’s main port and airport hubs, Bolloré Transport & Logistics brings its customers a local service through peerless market knowledge and end-to-end control of operations. In Africa, the company invests some €300 million every year to innovate and develop port and railway infrastructures, warehouses and regional logistics hubs.