Aero Africa opens Nairobi office

By Damian Brett

Absolom Ngari. Source: Aero Africa

Air cargo service provider Aero Africa has opened a new regional office in Nairobi.

The new office will look after the group’s interest in the region, operating as a control tower and centralised service centre in East Africa.

“The new team focuses on promoting Aero Africa’s digital airfreight portal, developing BSA-scheduled consolidations from Asia, US, UK, India and the EU to East Africa, and delivering innovative air cargo solutions and value-added services to the African freight and logistics community,” the company said.

The new office will be led by general manager Absolom Ngari, who will be responsible for running all the operations and commercial activities, as well as business administration in Kenya and the East Africa region.

The company offers a range of services, including regional freighter feeder & RFS services, freight collect, neutral break-bulk, time-critical, project air cargo, as well as final mile solutions, including services to remote difficult-to-reach destinations.

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