Addis Ababa – Ethiopian freight and logistics service, the largest African freight carrier, received its eight cargo plane B777 in the cargo family on November 10, 2018, in its home base at Bole International Airport.
Maintaining its path of rapid growth and expansion in the global freight industry, Africa's largest freight service provider and the largest global freight network, Ethiopian Cargo and logistics services, play a key role in providing global standard supply chain management to facilitate the economy of imports and exports of African countries.
As regards the delivery of a new truck, the General Manager of the Ethiopian Group, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam said: "We are very pleased to welcome the 8th plane B777. The new aircraft will help us to strengthen our leadership in cargo management in and outside Africa, and continue to increase our praise for increasing exports and imports of air transport on the continent , as set out in our vision 2025.
Currently, as the largest cargo manager in Africa, we currently operate more than 44 international destinations for freight trips to Africa, the Gulf, Middle East, Asia, America and Europe, increasing exports of perishable agricultural products from the African continent and the import of high value industrial products. With more freight carriers we will need to consolidate our role in the exploitation of much-needed air travel in and out of Africa, which further catalyzes the continent's economic growth. "
On its 15-year growth schedule, Vision 2025, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services plans to generate $ 2 billion of revenue from 19 dedicated cargo aircraft and transport 820,000 tonnes of cargo to 57 destinations.