Generator Transportation Checklist
In South Sudan, the Logistics Cluster works to fill identified gaps in the humanitarian supply chain and supplement the response of the humanitarian community by coordinating access to common services. Among these common services, the Logistics Cluster facilitates air transport capacity through the use of dedicated air assets, made available by WFP.
Certain items commonly transported, such as generators, require special handling due to their size or weight.
The Logistics Cluster has developed a checklist for organisationsto work through before generators can be transported.
Organisations planning to transport a generator using Logistics Cluster coordinated air services should contact the Logistics Cluster at email@example.com before taking any action.
When in doubt, organisations should contact the Logistics Cluster before procuring the generator and should not assume the Logistics Cluster will be able to facilitate the transport. The Logistics Cluster retains the right to refuse transport of generators if they do not comply with the below specifications.
Source: World Food Programme