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Servair gets five year extension on Kenyan catering contract

Posted 12 June 2014 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways has offered a five year extension of its catering supply contract to Servair, the French-owned catering operator.

In 2010, Servair became the reference shareholder of NAS, catering supplier to the Kenyan company for 36 years. Today, NAS Servair provides catering services to the 70 Kenya Airways flights departing daily from Nairobi and Mombasa, representing 8500 in-flight meals per day.
NAS Servair has just obtained its ISO 22000 certification for food safety control from SGS.
”We are pleased that Kenya Airways is continuing to place its trust in us and proud to provide our customers with high-quality services that meet their expectations,” says Denis Hasdenteufel, Executive VP, Servair Europe, the Middle East & Africa.
”The relationship between Kenya Airways and NAS Servair was built on a true spirit of partnership, and competition will not change that, “added Capt. Paul Mwangi, Kenya Airways Flight Operations Director.
The formal contract signing was attended by Capt. Paul Mwangi, Kenya Airways Flight Operations Director, Chris Oanda, Kenya Airways Head of Supply Chain, Denis Hasdenteufel, Executive VP, Servair Europe, the Middle East & Africa and Eric Rouvillois, NAS Servair Managing Director.
Operating in Africa since 1989, Servair has progressively emerged on the continent as a major player in airline catering. It currently operates twenty catering units in Africa in compliance with both international standards and local protocols.


TASTY DEAL: Capt. Paul Mwangi and Denis Hasdenteufel agree the new catering extension,

 

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