Nigerian handler NAHCO Aviance has expanded its export warehouse to meet ever-growing cargo volumes, according to reports.
A report on businessamlive.com says the new facility at Lagos Murtala Mohammed International Airport comprises of three sections – the annex extension, the canopy area and the ramp area.
The facility provides more space for rising cargo exports by the cargo handler’s customers and this trend is forecasted to continue growing.
NAHCO reportedly handles more than 65 per cent of export cargo in the country. British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates SkyCargo, Ethiopian Airlines and Turkish Airlines are among its airline clients.
NAHCO managing director and CEO, Olatokunbo Fagbemi is reported as saying that the company will continually upgrade its facilities and modernise its operations as a matter of policy.
She says the handler is doing all it can to support the Federal Government in its export drive and support all exporters out of Nigeria and West Africa.