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Ethiopian Airlines and TAL Aviation partner to provide cargo and logistics services

Posted 12 June 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines and TAL Aviation cargo divisions sign agreement, making it the first time TAL Aviation will be providing cargo and logistics services for the airline.

 

Headed by Anita Mirchandani, TAL Aviation's Country Manager for the Ivory Coast, Anita and her team will be providing a variety of services throughout the Ivory Coast as sole representative of Ethiopian Cargo.

TAL Aviation recently opened its new operations in the Ivory Coast as a result of intensive talks between the companies for a new cargo representation in this region.

Ilan Ezra, TAL Aviation's newly appointed Director Cargo Sales, said:  "This opportunity was not to be missed and with our new office ideally located at Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport, I am confident that Anita and her team will do a great job in educating their market and producing incremental revenues for the airline. Ethiopian Airlines has made many strategic expansion developments including its cargo and logistics services recently and I am excited that we will be part of Ethiopian's Vision 2025 in developing cargo and logistic services on the African continent and beyond.”

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