SIA Cargo renews handling deal with Kenya’s Siginon

Singapore Airlines Cargo (SIA Cargo) has renewed its agreement with Siginon Aviation covering the latter‘s provision of ground handling services at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi, Kenya.
The deal has been extended  for a further three years.
The new deal between SIA Cargo and Siginon was agreed, the latter said, only after a rigorous audit by the freight carrier of Siginon’s processes, facilities and systems in the newly opened air cargo terminal airside at JKIA.
Siginon has now handled for SIA Cargo at JKIA for over a decade.
Siginon divisional manager Jared Oswago observed: “We are committed to consistently serve our airline customers with exceptional service that is benchmarked against global standards of service.
“The renewal of the ground handling agreement by Singapore Airlines reaffirms our commitment to ensure customer satisfaction and business growth.”
Siginon also handles at Kenya’s Eldoret International Airport.

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