DHL Global Forwarding and FOUR PAWS, a global animal welfare organization, have successfully transported two Himalayan brown bears to their new home in Jordan.
Bubloo and Suzie, two 17-year old highly-endangered Himalayan brown bears, took the flight of a lifetime and safely arrived at Al Ma’wa for Nature and Wildlife in Jordan.
“Being able to leverage our logistics expertise, temperature-controlled capabilities and customs clearance solutions to help animals, such as Bubloo and Suzie, relocate brings another perspective to our mission of “Connecting People, Improving Lives”. The successful move, like so many others that we have done, might have required more elaborate planning but brought the teams so much satisfaction. We are glad that the bears are settling in their new home in time to ring in the New Year,” said Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific.
“We are pleased to report that, after their first-class flight experience that ended at the Queen Alia International Airport, Bubloo and Suzie are thriving in their new home. The months of detailed planning with DHL in coordination with local Pakistan officials and the financial help of American businessman Eric S. Margolis, have paid off as the bears begin to build their new lives at Al Ma’wa for Nature and Wildlife, a sanctuary run by the Princess Alia Foundation and FOUR PAWS,” said Dr. Amir Khalil, FOUR PAWS veterinarian and leader of the rescue mission.
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