AMI Cape Town expands facility size for perishables and general cargo

AMI Cape Town expands facility size for perishables and general cargo

Nov 05, 2016: AMI’s South African base Cape Town has doubled the size of its facility, and trebled its temperature-controlled storage for perishables. AMI has acquired the facility adjacent to its current base at Cape Town International Airport, doubling its warehousing to 1000 squaremetre. This includes 120 square metre. of refrigerated storage, with separate temperature zones for flowers, and fruit and vegetables. The expanded facility will enable AMI to receive fresh produce from South Africa’s Cape region - including seafood, fruit, vegetables and flowers - and maintain their condition while awaiting their flights. Says AMI’s VP Africa, Milton French: “The expanded AMI Cape Town facility and our increased perishables capability will help us to keep pace with the significant growth in traffic from this region.” AMI’s South African business operates through branches in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. Durban has shown dramatic growth of 118% over the past 4 months. Meanwhile, during January-August 2016, AMI held 6.9 percent share of the total South African airfreight market, and ranked third in the country’s airfreight agents’ league table.

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