The Srinagar International Airport on Tuesday commenced cargo operations from the new domestic cargo complex, which has been built at a cost of more than Rs. 14 Crore.
Director Srinagar Airport said that today they commenced the cargo operations from new domestic cargo complex.
He said: “This infrastructure has been created at a cost of more than Rs. 14 crores. In this new complex we have made provisions for cold storage, sensitive goods, and dangerous goods also.”
He said that this was not available in the old Cargo complex and they have installed two X-ray machines for screening of the cargo.
“The entire complex is covered with CCTV monitoring to ensure safety and security of the Cargo. This complex will be entirely managed by our own staff on Regulated Agent basis,” the Director said.
He said that the exporters and importers of cargo in the catchment area of Srinagar airport can look forward to improved services, facilities and efficient prompt handling of their valuable cargo from the airport.
“This is a step forward in our quest to serve our valuable customers and stakeholders to the best of our ability,” he said.