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Red Star restates commitment to service delivery after Abuja Airport closure

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Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja

Nigeria’s foremost indigenous courier and logistics company, Red Star Express Plc has assured its clients and customers nationwide that the closure of the Abuja Airport will not affect its business.

Abuja is a major destination for all courier business. Most packages emanate from Lagos and other economic cities such as Port Harcourt, Kano, Kaduna, Ibadan for next day delivery to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), while others transit through Abuja to core northern states. The FCT also generates a lot of traffic in terms of shipments going to other regions which makes the Abuja Airport very vital for smooth operations in the courier industry.

Assistant General Manager (AGM) Operations and Services, Inemesit James-Okoro, said Red Star Express has in place, modalities that ensure prompt deliveries of client’s packages anywhere in major cities across the country.

James-Okoro explained that apart from the option of land transportation, there are other air services to neighbouring cities around the FCT to facilitate early morning deliveries.

She said: “We are out to provide speed, reliability and ‘peace of mind’ for customers shipping in and out of the FCT during the closure of Abuja Airport as announced by the Federal Government” she stated.



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