QCS Berlin is shipping equipment from Toten Hosen to Argentina

In the past, QCS was able to handle difficult tours for the Toten Hosen - such as to Myanmar. And this time too, thanks to the well-coordinated collaboration, everything went smoothly.

Quick Cargo was able to successfully organize the last tour to Argentina in 2015 in cooperation with Waivers. A recipe for success that we continued last year.

We have been working profitably and problem-free with Waivers for years. The service provider is known for its expertise in band tours and trade fairs in Argentina.

In the past, QCS was able to handle difficult tours for the Toten Hosen - such as to Myanmar. And this time too, thanks to the well-coordinated collaboration, everything went smoothly. A rejection by the airline could be avoided through the committed and forward-looking commitment of a QCS employee. He had checked packages for any dangerous goods and discovered the batteries and removed them as a precaution. According to IATA dangerous goods regulations, these batteries are excluded as dangerous goods according to “Special Provision A 67”, but the content often carries the risk of being rejected by the airline.

So we got in touch with the organizer to get the batteries on site and the batteries were removed as a precaution. The next day the customs inspection was successful and the instruments were ready to go. The freight reached Buenos Aires on September 25th and was cleared through customs directly by Waiver and delivered to the venue on September 30th. On October 8th, the equipment was picked up right after the show and the flight was booked via Frankfurt to Düsseldorf.

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