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Ethiopian Airlines wins Rising Star Carrier of the Year Award

Posted 12 October 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has won the Rising Star Carrier of the Year Award, for the second year in a row, at the 5th Payload Asia Awards 2016 held in Hong Kong on 29th September 2016.

Payload Asia 2016 honors the very best in the Air Cargo Industry; confronting and overcoming the manifold challenges in the air cargo sector by creating innovative products and services and delivering real value to customers. Ethiopian has pulled off a repeat performance by winning the Industry Choice Awards, where 90 nominees competed with over 31, 500 online votes cast in 20 award categories.

Ethiopian Group CEO Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, said:“We are proud that Payload Asia has once again recognized our Cargo Services. Ethiopian Cargo is one of the seven strategic business units of the Ethiopian Group, established to progress as an independent profit center  as per  our fifteen years growth map,  Vision 2025. To persue our position of being the largest Cargo service provider in Africa, we have been investing millions of dollars on our Cargo Services; deploying the best freighter fleet in the world, the B777-200 LR freighters; expanding our cargo destinations across the globe; building one of the largest cargo terminals in the world with 1.2 million annual capacity; and automating our entire cargo business process with one of the best Cargo IT systems (SITA Champ Cargo Spot) with the aim of providing one of the most efficient air cargo services within, to and from Africa.”

 

 

 

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