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A Night with Basil: Ground handling coys require importation waivers to reduce operation cost

GROUND HANDLING companies in Nigeria need government to grant them waivers on importation of equipment to reduce their operation cost, according to Chief Executive Officer of SAHCO, Mr. Basil Agboarumi. This is just as he charged ground handling organisations to ensure maximum cooperation in order to charge the right prices …

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SAHCO renews handling contract with Arik Air

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Public Liability Company (SAHCO) has renewed its ground handling contract with Arik Air. Managing Director/CEO, SAHCO, Mr. Basil Agboarumi, during the renewal of ground handling service agreement with Arik Air at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos promised to deliver quality and improved ground handling services …

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SAHCOL manufactures first fuel bowser from locally sourced materials

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL) team has built a Ground Support Equipment from scratch at the SAHCOL Engineering and Maintenance workshop to fuel Aviation Ground Support equipment in Lagos. The fuel bowser is the first in the history of aviation of ground handling in Nigeria to be created from …

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Akure Airport Manager expresses hope in cargo terminal completion to facilitate perishable goods transport

HOPES are high that if government includes the abandoned Akure Airport Cargo Terminal in next year’s budget to get contractors back to site, recorded interests in the transportation of perishable goods from the airport will become an actuality, according to the Airport Manager, Mrs Cecilia Oguama. This is just as …

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NAHCO posts N4.6 billion half year turnover, signs strings of contracts

NAHCOAVIANCE has announced its 2018 half-year, posting a turnover of N4.64Billion against the N3.71Billion posted for the same period last year showing an improved financial performance. This is just as the ground-handling service provider, continues its dominance of the sector as it announces a string of new business signings with new …

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Sifax Chairman honored as SAHCOL inks deal to handle MaxAir’s Abuja, Kano ops

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL)has been picked as the preferred Ground Handling partner to new entrants MaxAir at Kano and Abuja airports as it resumes its domestic operation in Nigeria. The contract is to provide passenger, ramp and cargo handling services to Max Air at these stations. This is …

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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 …

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SAHCOL gets contract to handle Air Namibia as Camair-co returns

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL) has been awarded the contract to provide Aviation Ground Handling services to Air Namibia at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. The new contract will see SAHCOL providing unequalled Passenger, Ramp and Cargo Handling Services to the Airline from Friday, the 29th of June, …

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Yams, vegetables, others lead Nigeria exports to foreign countries-Agboarumi

YAMS, vegetables, palm oil are agrarian products that lead the export of goods from Nigeria to other countries along with such items as ladies attachment hair, which according to skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCOL) increased since the government policy towards export promotion was enacted. Acting Managing Director of SAHCOL, Basil …

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Price war has affected handling business adversely-Ag. MD SAHCOL

RIVALRY between the major handling companies in the country has led to underpricing of the services they render to airlines and other clientele and this has affected the growth of the business adversely. Acting Managing Director of SAHCOL, Basil Agboarumi made this known earlier today as guests to the League of …

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