Servair inaugurates a new unit in Ghana, at Accra airport
Servair, an airline catering and logistics provider in France and Africa and a member of gategroup, announces the inauguration of a new unit in Ghana at Accra airport.
Servair’s new production unit in Ghana at Accra airport was inaugurated on 18 January 2018 in the presence of Cecilia Abena Dapaah, the countries’ Minister of Aviation, John Dekyem Attafuah, Managing Director of Ghana Airports Company Limited, François Pujolas, French Ambassador to Ghana and Christian Gauthier, Deputy General Manager of Servair in Africa and other Ghana representatives.
115 employees will produce 2,500 meals for seven airlines every day. Alongside the provision of inflight catering services, the 2,600 m² unit will be equipped to provide food solutions to VIP lounges, schools or company canteens and other non-airline clients.
Managed by Bertrand Guyon, Servair Ghana will offer the best international standards in terms of quality, food safety, security and staff training. By investing 14,000,000 Ghanaian cedi (around €2,800,000), Servair has expressed its determination to support the growth of Accra airport, where it has been present for six years.
Christian Gauthier, Deputy General Manager of Servair in Africa, said: “We are proud to open this new unit. It testifies to our continuing commitment to a market we entered six years ago and makes Ghana one of the pillars of our African network, while also strengthening our position as a leader in airline catering on a rapidly developing continent.”