Among the most vital upgrades is the new cool storage facility
Abu Dhabi Airports Free Zone (ADAFZ), a subsidiary of AD Airports, revealed that they are approaching successful completion of the Cargo Village and Terminal rehabilitation project.
As part of an expansion strategy to increase cargo capacity, enhance operational capabilities and attract new business opportunities, the project has equipped the cargo facilities within ADAFZ with vital upgrades that meet the latest aviation industry standards.
Among the most vital upgrades is the new cool storage facility, developed in collaboration with Etihad Airport Services and Etihad Cargo, which will enable the airport to handle temperature-sensitive air cargo, such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences products, in optimal conditions.
With a dedicated temperature-controlled area of more than 3,300sqm, the cool storage facility broadens the AD Airports capabilities to handle all import and transit shipments, and store loose cargo and unit load devices (ULDs).
“Infrastructure advancement is a central enabler for vibrancy and sustainability across business and industry, something we aim to capitalise on alongside all existing and potential free zone partners with cargo requirements,” commented Eng. Jamal Salem Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and CEO, Dhabi Airports.
ADAFZ is committed to better support companies and their cargo strategies, as well as the logistics industry and cargo market share regionally. Increased cargo volumes and direct airside access to the Cargo Village are also available for businesses interested in direct import and export operations, aligning with the ADAFZ objective to establish a unique and preferred business destination for local and international organisations across all sectors, a press communique concluded.