FedEx once again selects DiagNose France, for the provision of canine explosive detection services, a cost-efficient method to screen small and large volumes of cargo, vehicles, public areas, checkpoints, unattended objects and people for explosives. The service is provided at FedEx’s Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) hub, which is the largest FedEx hub in the Europe Middle East & Africa region. This new contract commenced successfully on 1 February 2021.
“Fedex has almost doubled its logistics hub at CDG during the past years. We are very proud that we have been entrusted with the award of this new contract and to support the company’s expansion strategy”, said Marie-Hélène Duh, Director of Customer Relations, DiagNose France.
DiagNose France is a wholly owned subsidiary of ICTS Europe, with headquarter in Neuvy, France. Since it’s establishment in 2003, DiagNose France has built a solid client base of over 30 clients. Today, DiagNose France deploys 83 handlers and 92 dogs. The dog teams are trained by DiagNose and are certified according to local procedures and regulations and customer requirements.
DiagNose France’s detection dog teams operate at the following airports: Lille, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly, Rennes, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Bâle Mulouse, Nice, Marseille, Montpellier and Lyon.
Explosive detection dog teams also screen luggage for RATP, Paris’ public transport operator.