NACIL and SATS form joint venture

IN an attempt to improve its ground handling of cargo operations at Indian airports the National Aviation Company of India (NACIL) is considering a joint venture with Singapore Airport Terminal Services Ltd (SATS).

Both companies would work together to run the cargo-handling facilities at Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai and other airports across the country.

Both have already suggested such a collaboration for Bangalore in 2007.

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