Adis Abeba – Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, the largest operator in Africa, has taken delivery of its eighth B777 aircraft in its freight fleet on November 10, 2018 in its home base at Bole International Airport.
Maintaining its rapid growth and expansion pathway in the global car industry, the largest African largest cargo service and largest Global Cargo Network, Ethiopian Cargo and logistics services, plays a key role in providing global standard supply chain management to facilitate the import and export of economies African countries.
As for the delivery of the new ship, the Executive Director of the Ethiopian Group, Mr. Tevold GebreMariam, said: "We are very excited to have received our eighth plane B777. New aircraft will help us strengthen our leading role in operating freight in Africa and beyond, further increasing our praiseworthy contribution in increasing the export and import of aircraft in the continent, as stated in our Vision 2025.
As the largest cargo carrier in Africa, we currently serve over 44 international dedicated destinations for ships in Africa, the Gulf, the Middle East, Asia, America and Europe, increasing the export of perishable agricultural products from the continent of Africa and the import of high value industrial products. With more ships on order, we set out to consolidate our role in utilizing the necessary air transportation in Africa and beyond, further catalyzing the economic growth of the continent. "
According to its 15-year growth chart, Vision 2025, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services predicts to generate $ 2 billion of revenue from 19 dedicated cargo planes and transport 820,000 tonnes of cargo to 57 destinations.