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Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services wins ‘Best Cargo Airline – Africa’ award

Posted 2 May 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Cargo and Logistic Services has been crowned with 2019 Best Cargo at an awards ceremony in London by Air Cargo News.

Air Cargo News is the leading source of cargo news, information, interviews of industry leaders, industry analysis and reports to the global airfreight industry.

Group chief executive officer of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “We are truly honoured to have received this prestigious award and the accolade is an endorsement of our dedication and our heavy investment in expanding our cargo services globally and a testimony to the leading role that Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services is playing to the socio- economic development in Africa and the rest of the world with safe, secure, dependable and competitive cargo and logistics services.’’

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