The Newrest Pointe-à-Pitre and Fort-de-France were inaugurated in 2010 in the West Indies.
The construction and development of the units project were designed and supervised by the technical team of Newrest International with vast experience in numerous constructions and renovations of inflight catering units.
Although damaged, the structures stood up to the test and restarted under particularly difficult conditions. The Caribbean teams carried out an exceptional amount of work, enabling flights to be loaded and services to be provided to passengers. The Newrest teams in the Caribbean have activated two new contracts for Norwegian and Condor airlines for Martinique and Guadeloupe.
In applying the Group activity diversification strategy, Newrest also won the call for tenders for company catering for SARA (Société Anonyme de la Raf nerie des Antilles), an activity which strengthens its presence as a major player on the island.
Embedded catering specialist
In the inflight catering sector, Newrest in the West Indies has demonstrated its know-how in on-board catering. Since the opening of the inflight units in Pointe-à-Pitre and Fort-de-France, the kitchens have been cooking more than 4,623 meals every day to satisfy its customers AirCaribbean and Corsair.
Even if weakened, the structures resisted and restarted under particularly difficult conditions. Caribbean teams have done an outstanding job of loading flights and providing passenger service. Courageously, the Newrest teams in the West Indies have mobilized two new contracts with the Norwegian and Condor airlines for Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Applying the Group’s strategy to diversify its activities, Newrest also won the invitation to tender for corporate catering from SARA (Société Anonyme of the Raf nerie des Antilles), an activity that reinforces its presence as a major player in the business the island.