Siginon Aviation ramps up

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Siginon Aviation, a ground handler based at Jomo Kenyatta International and Eldoret International airports in Kenya, has announced a revamp to its ramp handling services, with a multi-million dollar investment in new ramp equipment.

The ramp equipment comprises 20 tonne main deck high loaders, 7 tonne lower deck loaders, pallet transporters, ground power units, a pushback, passenger steps, towing tractors and beltloaders.

Jared Oswago, the acting General Manager comments: “Our goal is to provide our customers with a ramp service that provides, safe, secure and excellent turnaround services. Our assurance to our customers is to continuously set high service standards and sustainable growth”.

Siginon Aviation, which is ISAGO certified, is currently fulfilling contracts with various regional and international freighters. The new ramp equipment has led to an enhancement of the operations team, with the engagement of additional job roles created to effectively match the tasks and ensure effective service delivery.

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