The Airports of Mauritius Co Ltd (AML) has commissioned Lufthansa Consulting to prepare detailed infrastructural layout concepts for the planned Air Cargo and Freeport Zones at the island's Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (SSR) International Airport
Together with the AML project team, Lufthansa Consulting will lay the foundations for the successful marketing and development of these Zones
Several investors and developers have already voiced interest in setting up their businesses in the Freeport Zones, which will allow production, assembly and logistics activities under a tax-free regime
Loading operations between the aircraft and the Mauritius Cargo Terminal will be facilitated by the new design provided by Lufthansa Consulting, adding yet another competitive advantage to the ambitious large scale project
AML owns and operates SSR International Airport, which is served by twenty scheduled airlines that fly to more than 35 destinations
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