Nigerian Aviation Handling founded in December 1979, as Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Limited by the Federal Government, through the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Air France, British Airways, Sabena and Lufthansa, it has however become a publicly quoted Company through privatization, and thus renamed NAHCO Plc.
NAHCO Plc has since grown into a multi-billion Naira Company with diversified investments in energy, logistics and development of a Free Trade Zone Company and currently has three institutional investors holding more than 5% of the total share of the company as of December 2020. These major investors are Godsmart Nigeria Limited – 26.95%; Awhua Resources Limited – 7.13%; White Cowries Industries Limited – 6.98%.
The Company is a major player in the ground handling service sector of the nation’s air transport industry, with presence in all the major Nigerian airports.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dr. Seinde Oladapo Fadeni - Chairman
Engr Mohammed Gambo Umar, MNI, Fnse - Vice-Chairman
Mrs Olatokunbo A Fagbemi - GMD/CEO
Mr Akinwumi Godson Fanimokun - Director
Sir Sunday Nwosu - Director
Mr Olumuyiwa Olumekun - Director Corporate Services
Engr Solagbade Alabi-Director
Prince Saheed Lasisi - Executive Director, Business Development and Commercial
Mr Salman Taofeeq Oluwatoyin -Director
Mr Tajudeen Shobayo - Director
Mrs Abimbola Adunola Adebakin - Independent Non-Executive Director.
NAHCO Free trade zone
Mainland Cargo Option( MCO)
NAHCO Energy power and Infrastructure EPI
ahco aviance house, Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos
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