Cargo and Mail Services

Cargo and Mail Services

In handling cargo, the Company places a premium on safety and strict adherence to international requirements. Ajwa is guided by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations and other conventions on aviation ground handling to ensure that its services conform to world highest standard. Cargo operations are automated using the Hermes Computerization System, which reduces human intervention and ensures accurate capture of weight data. Cargo Handling Services take place in customs-bonded warehouses located at the international airports in Mitiga, Tripoli, and Benghazi. The warehouses have functional screening machines manned by staff who have received extensive training in cargo handling procedures.
Cargo and mail services are offered to our customers in our new modern facilities and they comprise:

  • Warehousing
  • Palletizing
  • Documentations
  • Inventory control
  • Cargo Transport to/from aircraft
  • Dangerous goods handling
  • Live animal handling.
  • Tracing
  • ULD build-up and breakdown
  • Freight storage services of all kinds
  • Courier and express services
  • Handling of valuable freight
  • Handling perishable good

Warehouse facilities

  • Import warehouse space 5000 m2
  • Export warehouse space 650 m2: Six positions for pallets build-up.
  • Designed throughput: 440 T.
  • Weighing scales (calibrated every 3 months):

Cargo Acceptance; Weighing bridge Avery 10 Tons (2006), Ramp side for weight verification; Weighing scale Trainer pit type 10 Tons (2007) - Warehouse Equipmen`Four electric forklifts Heinrich 1.5T(2006), One electric forklift Caterpillar 1.6T (2005),Three electricw2 stacker Caterpillar 1.2T (2005)

Specialized loading equipment for freighters

  • FMC Commander-30, Main Deck loader up to 14 Tons
  • Air Marrel LAM 14000, Main Deck loader up to 14 Tons
  • FMC Commander universal 7 Tons
  • Four 20ft pallet trailers

E-Champ software

Champ software for cargo management will be operational by June 2007

DG Training

Cargo acceptance staff and Ramp coordinators receive the full DG course category 3, with refreshers every two years by an IATA licensed instructor.

Quality Audit

Freight services have undergone a full Quality Audit in 2008 .