Ulric Ceres talks about the challenges of the ground-handling business

Total Air Cargo

Ulric Ceres is upbeat about the prospects for the growth of Guyana’s air cargo service industry. He bases his assessment of the future of the industry on the continued expansion of the Guyana economy, the influx of major investors and the attendant requirement for the movement of goods in and out of the country in order to meet keep the wheels of commerce and industry turning.

Ceres’s company, Total Air Cargo, serves as the local agent for the United States-owned air cargo service Amerijet. Since 2002, the Amerijet/Total Air Cargo partnership has played an important …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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