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RSA National opens the doors to DWC air cargo terminal

RSA National opens the doors to DWC air cargo terminal

RSA National has opened the doors to its flagship air cargo terminal at Dubai World Central, supporting the UAE’s vision of becoming the world’s leading logistics hub.

The joint venture between National Air Cargo and RSA Global has the vision to operate as a one-stop, boutique integrator offering multimodal supply chain solutions specialising in services for customers in established and emerging sectors as well as niche products including perishables and dangerous goods.

To mark the occasion, a ceremony was held at RSA’s new cargo terminal with the attendance of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, who is the chairman of Dubai Airports, president of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, as well as chairman and CEO of Emirates Group; along with Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths.

The company has completed 13,000 square metres of built up area consolidating freight forwarding and multimodal capabilities, with the ability to expand it to 56,000 square metres.

Al Maktoum says: “Today we are delighted to celebrate the inauguration of RSA National’s air cargo terminal at DWC. The RSA National air cargo terminal is an impressive and welcomed development and supports Dubai’s efforts to remain at the forefront of aviation and logistics globally.”

RSA Global co-founder and group CEO, Abhishek Ajay Shah says: “We believe the launch of RSA National’s flagship air cargo terminal is a game changer for the UAE’s aviation and logistics industry to claim the number one spot. We have designed this smart facility to deliver innovative multimodal, tech-forward supply chain solutions and plan to expand as the region’s demands grow. The sky’s the limit.”


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