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Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics services wins Best Cargo Airline – Africa award

Posted 3 November 2020 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has won the ‘Best Cargo Airline – Africa’ Award at the Air Cargo News Awards 2020.

 

Ethiopian received the accolade for its leading role in air cargo service in Africa.

 

Fitsum Abady, MD Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, said: “We are pleased to win the  ‘Best Cargo Airline – Africa ’ award at the Air Cargo News Awards 2020. While the aviation industry is in its toughest time of fighting for survival, winning this award at this difficult time will mark our big achievement as major player in the air-cargo industry.

 

Our hard-working employees, modern fleet and state-of-the-art infrastructure coupled with operational efficiency as well as the very agile and flexible leadership that helped us in successfully navigating during the COVID 19 pandemic, have gained us this prestigious Award of Best Cargo Airline – Africa from the industry’s highly regarded Air Cargo News Award 2020 which will make us strive more as always.”

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