Siginon to relocate offices to JKIA, tap into regional trade
Logistics firm Siginon group has announced plans to relocate its head office to Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. It hopes it will tap into the expanded capacity of the regional aviation hub. The firm yesterday said the Sh100 million cargo terminal at the JKIA has registered strong business performance. “Clearing agents have a critical role in facilitating cargo movement into and out of the country. As an air cargo terminal, we must ensure that both our objectives are aligned for business and economic growth in Kenya,” Siginon aviation divisional manager Jared Oswago said.