HUBB TRAFFING, INC.
(NYSE: HUB) today announced its first commercial cargo truck hauling medical missions to treat patients in West Africa.
The company’s first cargo truck, the HUBT HUB, will transport up to 200 patients to the region, with its first two patients scheduled to arrive in Guinea-Bissau by July 1, 2017.
The HUBt HUB will be operated by West African Transport Services (WATS), a privately-owned and owned company headquartered in Burkina Faso.
The HUB is currently undergoing testing and evaluation, with additional cargo to be delivered to the country later this year.HUBT TRAFFICS’ mission is to support West Africa’s healthcare infrastructure by providing safe, reliable, and environmentally friendly transport of goods, including medicines and vaccines, for patients, and by assisting in the development and distribution of medical equipment and supplies.
For more information about the HOBT HOB, visit: http://www.hubt.com/hubb/press-release/hubt-traffic-services-development-business-assistance-medical-mission-busy-work-cargo-truck-hauling-transport-possible-sources: Medical News Now