Dr. Richard Gyimah (left) receiving the items from the donors
GOLDSTAR AIR, a wholly-owned Ghanaian airline, in conjunction with E-Station, a Chinese international logistics company, has presented an assortment of personal protective equipment to the Ghana Forestry Commission to boost its tourism activities.
The items, which consist of boxes of nose masks and face shields, are also to help and promote the activities, operations and running of the Accra Zoo.
The Manager of the Cargo Service Department of the airline, John Ashong–Mettle, said the presentation was the corporate social responsibility of Goldstar Air.
The items presented on behalf of both companies by John Ashong–Mettle of Goldstar Air and Jibiao YE of E-stations Logistics International Limited were received by Dr. Richard Gyimah, acting Director – Stakeholders and Ecotourism of the Ghana Forestry Commission.
Mr. Ashong–Mettle asserted that the airline is positioned to work in harness with the Ghana Forestry Commission to ensure that the outside world would keep their gaze continually focused on Ghana by unearthing and harnessing the potentials of ecotourism in the country.
Goldstar Air has signed an agreement for a strategic partnership with E-Station International Logistic Limited to use its office and cargo warehouses in Guangzhou initially for our operations in China to make Ghana the cargo Hub in West Africa by ensuring direct Cargo flights to and from China, and also creating more jobs for the youths.
The Chinese Logistics Company has been moving volumes of Cargo around the world and is certified in China to operate globally. Therefore, Goldstar Air sees the association as a strategic partnership that will give the two companies the competitive advantage.