Skyway Aviation Handling Company PLC (SAHCO) has reaffirmed its continuous support to Nigeria’s fight against peddling of controlled substances.
SAHCO maintained that its staff are well trained and equipped on what to look out for before accepting any cargo.
The Managing Director/CEO of SAHCO, Basil Agboarumi stated this while responding to the discovery of hard drug in a fish shipment by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at SAHCO’s shed recently.
Agboarumi said “SAHCO boasts of well-trained staff that are equipped to know what to look out for according to world best practices before accepting cargo and are also trained to be cooperative with government’s agencies like the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) assigned to SAHCO’s Import and Export warehouses.”
He also reiterated that SAHCO has one of the best warehouses in West Africa and these warehouses are Customs bonded.
According to him, the warehouses, built with the latest technology, are constructed with the customers’ best interest at heart and also for the purpose of maintaining our clients’ trust by ensuring that clients of questionable businesses are not allowed to use SAHCO’s warehouses as gateways for their nefarious activities.
The SAHCO MD emphasized that SAHCO has a campaign titled “See Something, Say Something, Do Something” where all staff are trained to always call attention to unscrupulous activities and crooked acts.
He stressed that SAHCO has a long-time commitment to support government’s agencies that are stationed at every point where SAHCO conducts businesses by giving them unhindered access to every nook and crannies of both import and export warehouses, providing the necessary scanning machines and other screening technologies to support NDLEA and other government agencies operations.
SAHCO is an aviation ground handling public liability company that is involved in Passenger handling, Ramp handling, Cargo handling and warehousing, VIP Lounge services, Aviation security services and all other aviation related activities.