Sidi Yaya Traoré
With many projects in Africa, you don't know in the morning how the day will go. I like that, because I can improvise well and find quick solutions. You have to keep at it and be persistent. I also enjoy learning and would like to develop myself further.
My tasks include customs clearance and transport supervision. Especially the transport of refridgerated goods in reefer containers is a special challenge in a hot country like Mali.
In Mali, logistics means being on the road a lot, even for ITO employees. Documents must be sent to customs, shipments are monitored.
My most challenging
project with ITO
Actually, the huge Russian MI-8 helicopter should not be standing on the apron in the scorching sun here at Bamako airport, the capital of Mali. Within the framework of the UN peace mission Minusma, it was to help fly important aid, development personnel and also material from base to base in Mali. …