Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India is planning to make an investment of Rs 150 crore to bolster infrastructure at its facility in Delhi as the company expects larger cargo volumes in the coming months.

A part of Celebi Aviation, the company operates two cargo terminals with a combined capacity of 7,00,000 tpa at the Delhi airport.

Earlier, one of the two terminals was exclusively catering to erstwhile Jet Airways, which shuttered operations in April 2019.

In October 2022, the company re-opened the refurbished terminal as it started handling cargo of the newly-launched Akasa Air.

Celebi Aviation forayed into cargo and warehousing services in 2009 with the setting up of Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management India, a joint venture with Delhi International Airport.

The company plans to invest another Rs 150 crore in Delhi cargo facility depending on what kind of infrastructure improvement is going to be required from our side.

Apart from Akasa Air, the company is also looking for other customers to use the refurbished cargo terminal.

The company has signed a pact with dedicated freighter operator QuikJet to handle its flights.

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