Located on the exhibition hall floor, Booth 213
Wednesday, October 18 – 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm
Exhibitor-led Session: Volga Dnepr
Implementing Cargo Supermarket Projects
Synergy of the unique fleet, cargo supermarket, skills and experience allows accomplishing ambitious projects and benefiting customers and society. The Volga-Dnepr Group presents unique logistics solutions for the humanitarian mission of eliminating the consequences of disasters such as those at Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, the operational relocation of CBI production facilities in Papua New Guinea, the transportation of helicopters for Columbia Helicopter company and much more.
Business Development Manager
Volga Dnepr Unique Air Cargo
Peter Baldauf joined the Volga Dnepr team in 2011 and is currently Business Development Manager responsible for the Aerospace vertical for Volga Dnepr Unique Air Cargo in Houston. With over 20 years of logistics and supply chain experience, he began his career with one of the world’s top freight forwarders and quickly found his niche in the challenging world of airfreight logistics. Specializing in automotive, aerospace and project cargo, Baldauf focused on the specific complex technical requirements of these unique clients to produce custom solutions to tasks that were otherwise considered insurmountable. His emphasis on product expertise directly integrates with the values and mission of Volga Dnepr in providing the most efficient and effective results to ‘impossible’ projects.
Volga-Dnepr is the world’s largest transporter of unique, outsize and heavyweight air cargo and in its 26 years of operations has enabled its customers to achieve fast and reliable deliveries. The group offers a unique ‘Cargo Supermarket’ service offering which enables it to deliver the most suitable and cost efficient transportation solution for every piece of cargo. This incorporates a fleet of 12 An-124-100 freighters, the world’s largest series-produced cargo aircraft; five modernised IL-76TD-90VD; modern Boeing 747s, connecting the major markets in Asia, Europe and North America via its hub in Moscow and 737 freighters for more conventional cargo deliveries.