Celebi Delhi Cargo’s tilt towards India

The recent times have been witnessing unprecedented challenges owing to the global outbreak of COVID-19. Burak Kurt, CEO, Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India talks about how the company has remained consistent in its services through continued operations at the Delhi International Airport.

CT Bureau

How Celebi is ensuring medical supplies to India to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic?
Businesses and operations across the world have come to a standstill due to the pandemic. Through a joint venture between DIAL and Çelebi Hava Servisi A.S., Turkey, Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India has been showcasing its commitment towards India by maintaining the national and international trade bridge at the Delhi Terminal throughout the coronavirus pandemic situation. The company has also been playing a vital
role in the distribution of medical essentials.

What is your comment on giving cargo more importance in future?
Cargo handling is one of the key pillars of the aviation industry. The value of air cargo to airlines, governments, shippers and consignees has become more evident in the response to the COVID-19 crisis. For the future, one of the key tasks would be to safeguard the functionality of the air cargo supply chain to the maximum extent possible. We have also been looking up for licenses to operate at multiple Indian airports.