Emirates Shipping Line eyes top honours
Dubai, October 8, 2008
Emirates Shipping Line has been recently nominated as one of the finalists of three prestigious international awards-giving bodies, reflecting the company's continued excellence in the global shipping trade.
Emirates Shipping Line is registered in Dubai Maritime City of UAE and commercially headquartered in Dubai and Hong Kong, two of the busiest commercial hubs in the world.
The award is handed out to the company with the most significant contributions to the shipping industry in the region of its operation.
The nominations, which the company was able to come by within a span of one week, automatically qualify Emirates Shipping Line for the 'Shipping Line of the Year' honours, said a comoaany official.
Emirates Shipping Line has been nominated for the “Ship Owner/Operator” award in the 'Seatrade Middle East' and 'Indian Subcontinent Awards 2008,' while it will vie for the 'Asia Pacific Shipping Liner Excellence Award' category at the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Logistics Excellence Awards 2008.
The 'Lloyd’s List Asia Awards 2008' has also named Emirates Shipping Line as one of the candidates for the “Asian Shipping Line of the Year” award.
Seatrade Middle East and Indian Subcontinent Awards 2008, recognised as one of the most important maritime events in the region, will be held in Dubai; while Singapore will host both the prestigious Lloyd’s List Asia Awards 2008 and the SCM Logistics Excellence Awards 2008, an annual event held under the patronage of the Annual SCM Logistics.
Emirates Shipping Line now has a total of six nominations this year for various industry awards from different internationally acclaimed organisations.
Operated by a team rich in experience of managing maritime trade, the company has a focused goal of attaining superior service quality and customer intimacy.-TradeArabia News Service
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