Concession at Mumbai airport for CSC
Cargo Service Center (CSC) avails cargo handling concession to develop facilities at CSI Airport. The Group is expected to handle more than 10 lakh tonnes of cargo per annum across various airports of the country.
CSC, in a joint venture with SATS, has been awarded a cargo handling concession for designing, developing, operating and managing the international cargo facilities at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. The joint venture company, Mumbai Cargo Service Center Airport, is held 51 per cent by CSC and 49 per cent by SATS. The concession will start in April 2018 and run till 2036. CSC, which has been providing its services since 1995, is currently the country's largest air cargo facility handling services company. CSC operates and manages air cargo handling facilities in Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, and Mangalore airports. Besides, it handles over six lakh tonnes of cargo every year across various airports of the country. With this acquisition, CSC group is expected to handle over 10 lakh tonnes of cargo per annum across various airports of the country. Earlier, CSC has also been awarded a concession to expand and operate the existing cold chain temperaturecontrolled cargo terminal at CSIA Airport Mumbai till 2036. Mumbai airport is an important cargo gateway airport of the country and currently handles 33 per cent of country's international air cargo. CSC and SATS, along with MIAL, will develop a world-class air cargo handling facility at Mumbai airport, increasing connectivity and growth potential for their airline customers and shippers. Tushar Jani, Chairman, CSC Group, said, "With this concession, CSC group will be providing seamless quality services to Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad, exim community and international airlines.” He further said that CSC group's endeavour is to achieve industry leadership through innovative and efficient processes and motivated people.
CSC group will be providing seamless quality services to Mumbai, Delhi & Ahmedabad, exim community & international airlines