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NAHCO renews contracts with five foreign airlines

Nigeria’s foremost ground handling and aviation logistics services provider, NAHCO Plc, has renewed contracts with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines. This is just as Air…

Nigeria’s foremost ground handling and aviation logistics services provider, NAHCO Plc, has renewed contracts with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines.

This is just as Air France/Royal Dutch has also pitched tent with the company for its operations in Lagos, Abuja, and Port Harcourt.

The Head, Corporate Communications, Samuel Akinrinmade, said Ethiopian Airlines also renewed its contracts with the company.

NAHCO Plc and Ethiopian Airlines have equally signed a new contract for the provision of warehousing services for the airline’s Lagos operations.

In addition, the company has also won the Qatar Airways’ Freighter and warehousing contracts for Kano and Port Harcourt.

The latest contract implies that Qatar Airways has thus entrusted its total handling needs in Nigeria in the care of NAHCO Plc.

Speaking on the new contracts, the Executive Director, Commercial and Business Development, Prince Saheed Lasisi, assured of plans to consolidate NAHCO Plc leadership position in the industry and the sustenance of the culture of excellent service.”

He assured on plans to consolidate NAHCO Plc leadership position in the industry and the sustenance of the culture of excellent service.

NAHCO Plc is a Nigerian diversified enterprise with interests in aviation cargo, aircraft handling, passenger facilitation, crew transportation and aviation training and logistics.

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