Following the recent re-location of the Air France-KLM Cargo to Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL), the Vice President, Africa, Indian Ocean and Caribbean of Air France-KLM Cargo, Jean-Jacques Castillo, has visited the SAHCOL.
During his visit, Jean-Jacques Castillo, who oversees over 64 countries where Air France-KLM operates noted that the recent move by Air France-KLM Cargo operations to SAHCOL was a major step in the right direction.
The Vice President disclosed that Air France-KLM has a long history operating flights into Africa, promising that they will continue to build up their network into Africa.
He said that they operate a daily flight to every main city in Africa, therefore hoped to continue to contribute in great ways to the development of the continent, seeing their presence in the African Market as quite strong.
Mr. Castillo stated that the major priority to Air France-KLM is flight safety and urged SAHCOL to develop and expand its operations. He stressed that Air France-KLM is in SAHCOL to stay as a result counting on the SAHCOL team to make it a success.
In his response, the Managing Director/CEO, SAHCOL, Rizwan Kadri assured the visiting Air France-KLM team that they have not made a mistake moving to SAHCOL, assuring them that SAHCOL has invested a lot to guarantee them satisfaction.
The team also took a tour through the import and export warehouses of SAHCOL, after which the visiting Vice President expresses satisfaction with the processes and facilities of the warehouse, and declaring that the SAHCOL warehouse ranked amongst one of the three best he has seen in Africa.
Mr. Castillo was accompanied on the visit by Philippe-Emmanuel Gindrat, Director, Guinean Gulf (Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Niger, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria) Cargo and Gabriel Lalande, Cargo Manager Nigeria, as a follow-up to the recent relocation of the Air France-KLM Cargo to SAHCOL.