Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal plans Rs 1.5 billion investment
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Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal plans Rs 1.5 billion investment

Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India intends to invest Rs 1.5 billion to upgrade infrastructure at its facility in the national capital in anticipation of increased cargo volumes in the coming months. The company, which is a subsidiary of Celebi Aviation, operates two cargo terminals at the Delhi airport with a combined capacity of 7,00,000 tonnes per year. Previously, one of the two terminals served solely Jet Airways, which ceased operations in April 2019. The terminal remained closed after the airline ceased operations. The company reopened the refurbished terminal last month and began handling cargo for the newly launched Akasa Air.

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Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India intends to invest Rs 1.5 billion to upgrade infrastructure at its facility in the national capital in anticipation of increased cargo volumes in the coming months. The company, which is a subsidiary of Celebi Aviation, operates two cargo terminals at the Delhi airport with a combined capacity of 7,00,000 tonnes per year. Previously, one of the two terminals served solely Jet Airways, which ceased operations in April 2019. The terminal remained closed after the airline ceased operations. The company reopened the refurbished terminal last month and began handling cargo for the newly launched Akasa Air. Also read: Phase 3 of the Bengaluru Metro has received approval from government Odisha readying blueprint for peri-urban development

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