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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Turkish Cargo Partners Greater Washington in Logistics Deal


In a bid to expand its brand equity, attract new customers and improve business logistics in the society, Greater Washington Limited (GWL), the only licensed cargo company in Nigeria recently signed a new pact with Turkish Cargo.

The joint venture partnership was held at the classic La Mango in GRA, Ikeja. It marked the finalisation of a general sales agent deal and a new beginning in the aviation and air haulage industry.
L-R: Vice President, Greater Washington/Turkish Cargo, Shakeclah Naransamy; winner of Manchester United Ticket, Mr. Hakeem Ajiwokeu of NAHCO Aviance Plc and Executive Vice President/CEO, Greater Washington, Mr. Owolabi Awosan, during the unveiling of a new partnership contract between Greater Washington Logistics and Turkish Cargo in Lagos... recently
Several professionals and aviation experts were on board to witness the historic feat which will position Greater Washington as the exclusively authorised agent, through which all Turkish Cargo shipment will be made from Nigeria. Turkish cargo will deliver to over 210 international destinations across the world with 3 freighters every week capable of carrying over 80 tonnes of cargo. The vast opportunities embedded in the Nigerian export and agricultural production sector will provide service excellence from GWL to all the manufacturing, service and production industries.

According to the Executive Vice President/CEO, GWL, Mr. Owolabi Awosan, “the cargo business in Nigeria still provides an enormous opportunity even with the low percentage of patronage and there is a gap in the supply chain management structure which is also has huge profit turnover.” He said, “The cargo companies in the country have the capacity to distribute manufactured goods using Lagos as a hub and through the domestic airlines to other African counties like Benin Republic, Mali, Libreville and Brazzaville”.

The Director, Turkish Cargo Africa, Mr. Tarik Parlak in his presentation showed the company’s extensive flight network of more than 82 countries with over 200 destinations across the world.

The firm is a market leader and the fastest growing domestic cargo company with heavy investments in cutting edge technology. Turkish Cargo is the 5th largest airline with technological driven logistics solutions and 145 interline connections globally and a-state-of-the-art freighter airlines.

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