Transport and logistics company, DHL, has transported equipment for the production of 007 films since Casino Royale (2006).
For No Time To Die — in theatres from 2 April 2020 — DHL transported everything around the globe via air, ocean, and road freight with precision timing to keep to the filming schedule.
“Timeliness and precision are crucial for blockbuster productions of this magnitude,” said Deutsche Post DHL Group CEO, Frank Appel.
“Thanks to our international network and the well-orchestrated processes carried out by our respective air, ocean, and road freight teams, DHL is positioned to fulfil those requirements.
“We are proud to have supported the famous Secret Service agent on his mission to save the world for the fifth time,” he said.
DHL as the logistics partner took care that both filming units always had the right equipment available at the right time and place. The film equipment was moved between the locations Norway, Jamaica, Italy, and all over the UK.
“We are essentially a one-stop shop for anything a film project needs, whether by road, air, or sea, we are focused on keeping production moving,” said John Meller, Project Lead No Time To Die Logistics at DHL.
“For urgent or last-minute shipments we also use our Express network.
“To keep pace with the strict and ever-changing international regulations for cargo, we have to stay ahead of the curve and really put our logistics expertise to work. It has been a great opportunity to once again show what we can deliver. We care deeply about the material entrusted to,” he said.
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