Wednesday 12 December 2012

SAHCOL wins Best Air Cargo Handling Company of the Year 2012 Award.

Sky Watch Nigeria.

The Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited, SAHCOL has been recognized “as the Best Air Cargo Handling Company of the year, 2012.

The award was presented to SAHCOL at the Sharaton Hotels and Towers, Lagos by the Transport and Society Weekly Magazine at its 2012 Transport Stakeholders Excellence Award.

At the award ceremony which was graced by dignitaries in the transport industry in Nigeria, the Transport and Logistic Nigeria Limited, publishers of Transport and Society Weekly stated that SAHCOL was selected for the award due to its outstanding high quality performance and operational excellence, track records and value creation in Air Transport industry.

Since the present Management, under the leadership of Olu Owolabi, as Managing Director/CEO took over the leadership of the Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited about a year ago, business modules has been developed, which has ushered into the performance of the company efficient and speedy service delivery, while also investing in personnel development, state-of-the-art equipment, fleet replacement and massive infrastructural development. 

The Managing Director/CEO, Olu Owolabi has brought his experience to bear in the day to day performance of the duties of SAHCOL, which includes Passenger Handling, Ramp Handling, Cargo Handling/Warehousing, Aviation Security, Baggage Reconciliation, Crew Bus and Executive Lounge Services, and other related Ground Handling Services; ensuring that Ground Handling Services to all clientele is executed in an efficient, speedy and safe manner, while also ensuring that the right tools are deployed.

Some of the promises made by the  Management of SAHCOL under his leadership at the beginning of the year, with the support of the Chairman and Board is being fulfilled, which to a large extent has helped tailored SAHCOL to meet the needs and expectations of its growing list of clientele, and by extension contributing to the Air Transport needs of the economy of Nigeria.


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