Our Services

Midnightzulu provides direct logistics services for airfreight cargo from source to destination.

Our dedicated team provide superior service and communication facility for our industry partners.

We lead the field

We lead the field in the provision of perishable air freight logistics services, predominantly from Nairobi in Kenya to Europe, to the United Kingdom and to the Middle East.

Best in class solutions

MidnightZulu provides best in class solutions for the transportation of cut flowers, cut herbs, fruit, fish and prepared and prepacked vegetables from source to destination.

Control hub

Our control hub monitors the departure, progress and arrival of trucks 7 days per week. This is particularly important for cross-border trucks which operate between different countries.


24

Hours a day


7

Days a week


365

Days a year

Logistics

Flight plans are created well in advance and are continually tweaked until departure in order that payload can be maximized against morphing aircraft performance figures.
Flight progress updates are regularly issued in order that all stakeholders have a firm grasp of progress and deviation (good or bad) from program.
Our control hub monitors the departure, progress and arrival of trucks 7 days per week. This is particularly important for cross-border trucks which operate between different countries.

Air Freight

Cargo is consolidated in Nairobi for uplift on bespoke charter aircraft inside a regular weekly schedule to destination cargo ports. We pride ourselves on communication and service levels which enable strong long term relationships with airlines and with our client base. Bowing 747 400-F cargo aircraft provide the bulk of our lift. MidnightZulu is the GSSA for Magma Aviation in Nairobi.

Transport

Aircraft run at 2-4 degrees Celsius in order that cold chain is maintained and, where needed, ACU’s are used to ensure suitable fuselage temperature.
MidnightZulu operates temperature controlled roller bed articulated trucks. Truck chilling units are engaged well before cargo is loaded in order that cold chain is maintained.