Servair Congo Inaugurates Brazzaville
Servair, French leader and 3rd global player in catering and airline logistics, inaugurated Servair Congo facilities at the Maya-Maya international airport on Saturday 24 November 2012.
The facility was inaugurated by Cendrine Sassou Nguesso, President of the Board of Directors of Servair Congo and Patrick Alexandre, President and CEO of Servair, in the presence of Mr. Firmin Ayessa, Minister of State and Chief of Staff of the President of the Republic Congo, several members of the government and local authorities as well as Jean Cyril Spinetta, President and CEO of Air France-KLM.
Servair Congo offers airline catering services and also manages aeroplane cleaning activities, public catering and bars and snack bars at Maya-Maya airport.
Its facilities represent the creation of 120 jobs, including 70 in Brazzaville and 50 in Pointe-Noire and a capacity of 1,500 meal trays per day.
Established in Africa since 1989, Servair has gradually become a major player in airline catering on the continent by establishing local partnerships for each facility. Sixteen catering units operate in this way in Africa in compliance with international standards and local specificities.