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Airport Business Summit to tackle disparities in perishable goods

THE 5th Airport Business Summit and Expo for Africa has been tailored to close the gaps between air transport sector and the agro perishable goods production industries

The summit which will be held between July 30 – August 1, 2018, at Shehu Musa Yar’ Adua Centre, Central Area Abuja with the theme “Repositioning the Airport Business to Sustain Air Transport growth”  will draw participants and exhibitors from across the world.

The three-day conference and exhibition according to the summit director, Mr Fortune Idu is aimed at providing logistics that will allow seamless and fast air services support for local and international export while promoting total air transport development from the airport perspective.

Mr Idu a FCI International consult, stated that the summit, will also enable participants share thoughts and information in current challenges in the airport subsector of the aviation industry.

He said deliberation will be centered on helping operators, investors and the airport business community to find a common ground for prosperity adding that it will provide a veritable platform for reviving airport development policies, programmes and projects.

The Airport Business Summit and Expo is held annually to further share thoughts and information on current challenges in the airport sub-sector of the aviation industry.  The deliberation at the summit is centred on helping operators, investors and the airport business community to find a common ground to prosper. The summit provides a veritable platform for reviewing airport development policies, programmes and projects.

The summit Idu said is multi-sector in nature with about 200 delegates expected from all industries with direct and indirect dealing with the airports; airlines, retails, security, safety, technologist, media, taxi companies, hotels, tourist places among others.

The seminar he said will feature presentation from the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, Nacho, SAHCOL, Ethiopian Airlines, Arik Air Nigeria Export Promoting Council, NEPZA,  NAFADAC and Standard Organization of Nigeria to  cover subjects such as processes, procedures, packages, containerization, standards, market  and  technologies available for enhancing agro export at the airport and possible further development opportunities.

Idu said the forum is important for the airport sub-sector to plan ahead and close gap that may hinder successful and seamless air agro export regime.

“Papers will be presented at the summit by heads of aviation industries to give insight to the future investment opportunities in Africa’s airports domain and to enable them position ahead of the development. The papers will help to boost the flying confidence in people, as speakers will try to tie the future prosperity of most Africa business and tourist cities to a successful airport system”

He explained that deliberation of the seminar and the summit will form part of the report that will be submitted towards airport privatization plan.

“It is our hope that this event will bring about solutions to speedy various developmental quests for Africa”

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