Sig­i­non to re­lo­cate of­fices to JKIA, tap into re­gional trade

The Star (Kenya) - - News Business -

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.

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