The HEIA perishable terminal – Owned by HEIA. operated in Egyot by Egypt Air cargo, under supervision and monitiring of HEIA – safeguards exports’ cold chain. Covering a total area of 24,000 m2, the perishable terminal was an addition to the agro-sector in Egypt, etablished in 2003 at Cairo airport to maintain the cold chain.
Enforcing Egypt’s competitive position within the international markets as the leading regional hub and gateway.
Meeting International market requirements.
Maintain the cool chain from grower to consignee, ensuring longer shelf life.
Increasing fresh produce exports by reducing export losses and introducing new products, consequently, increasing export revenues.
Utilize empty spaces on cargo planes.
To be the preferred perishable air cargo terminal and logistics support service provider in Egypt.
Enhancing cold chain as HEIA perishable terminal fills a missing link in the cold chain for perishable exports via air.Faster, better and more reliable handling services.
Facilitate exports of other perishables such as flowers and foliage.
Reducing the air freight costs by serving as a transit facility.
All internal transactions are computerized to ensure the provision of accurate and prompt services.
24 hour one-stop-shop; including customs, imports/exports inspection, agriculture quarantine, and cashier.
There is no minimum/maximum and size/weight restrictions, the sizes and weights allowed for shipments are only limited by the type of aircraft flown on your chosen routing.
Shipment tracking system available for exporters upon request.