Addis Ababa – Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, the largest cargo operator in Africa, received its 8th B777 cargo aircraft in its freight fleet family on November 10, 2018 at its base base at the Bole International Airport.
Keeping its rapidly growing and expanding path in the global cargo industry, the largest cargo service provider in Africa and the world's largest freight, cargo and logistics network in Ethiopia play a key role in providing global chain management services Standard supply to facilitate African import and export economies. countries
As regards the delivery of the new freighter, the CEO of Grupo Etiopía, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam said: "We are very pleased to receive our Eighth B777 cargo aircraft. The new aircraft will help us strengthen our leading role in the cargo operation in Africa and Further on, further expanding our commendable bet to boost the import and export traffic of the continental air cargo as set forth in our Vision 2025.
As the largest cargo operator in Africa, we are currently serving more than 44 international freight destinations in Africa, the Gulf, the Middle East, Asia, America and Europe, increasing the export of perishable agricultural products from the African continent and the importation of goods high value industrial With more freighters on demand, we are ready to consolidate our role in the use of the much-needed air cargo service inside and outside of Africa, further catalyzing the continent's economic growth. "
For its 15-year growth map of Vision 2025, Ethiopia's freight and logistics services plan to generate two trillion dollars of revenue with 19 dedicated cargo planes and transport 820,000 tonnes of cargo to 57 destinations.