Nigeria’s Aglow joins Cargo iQ


Nigerian aviation consultancy, flight operations, and logistics business Aglow Aviation Support Services has joined the Cargo iQ cross-stakeholder organization.

Aglow Aviation’s daughter company, Aglow Air, was recently incorporated as a dedicated cargo airline in Nigeria, operating as an unscheduled cargo carrier out of Lagos.

Aglow managing director, Tayo Ojuri (pictured), said: “Being in a community that includes members representing all players in the cargo value chain is an invaluable opportunity to access data that assists with the continuous measuring, monitoring, and improvement of our process.”

Air cargo demand is expected to increase in Nigeria and West and Central Africa as requirements for the international transportation of temperature-controlled goods and cross border e-commerce continue to grow.

The implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area and the Single African Air Transport Market could further promote growth in the market.


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