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Ethiopian wins first cargo transportation award in China

Posted 9 February 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services has received the Export & Import Cargo Transportation award at a Customers Symposium organised by Guangzhou Bayiun International Airport in China on February 7, 2018.

Top 10 international cargo carriers, Domestic Cargo Carriers and Cargo Agents took part in the symposium. Ethiopian has the major share of 13% of the total international cargo transportation at Bayiun International Airport.

Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, said: "We are very pleased to stand out from the top 10 best performing international cargo operators in Guangzhou, China and to win such a prestigious award. As one of the strategic business units under the Ethiopian Airlines Group, Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has been registering remarkable growth and success in implementing our ambitious strategic road map, Vision 2025. It is playing a leading role in supporting China – Africa investment and trade ties by availing critical air connectivity.

With state of the art cargo terminals in Addis Ababa, our main hub, capable of accommodating 1 million tons annually and 8 dedicated freighters including 6 wide-body ultra-modern Boeing B777-200LRF with another 4 on order, Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics currently flies to 44 global freighter destinations globally covering 5 continents and is supporting the export of perishables from the continent and import of high value goods. I would like to extend my appreciation to the entire Cargo team for this award and the job well done.”

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