Agility clinches ME logistics awards
Dubai, July 5, 2009
Agility said it has won the Best Logistics Services Provider (BLSP) award at the third Annual Middle East Logistics Awards (3rd MELA), held in Dubai last week.
The BLSP Award is given to the company which provides the best supply chain management solutions, including integrated operation, warehousing and transportation services. This year, Agility beat 13 others to this prestigious award, an Agility statement said.
Agility boasts of a fleet of over 3,000 vehicles in the Middle East that supports a comprehensive network of warehousing and distribution services in the region, offering customer-driven solutions dedicated to meeting its customers' supply chain needs.
Elias Monem, CEO of Agility Middle East, said: “The Middle East is a vital component of our overall global operations and we are delighted to be acknowledged for our efforts in the region. We would especially like to thank all our customers for their support and our employees for their hard work.'
'The logistics trade is growing in the Middle East and we have further projects in the pipeline to complement this growth. We are determined to continue offering the same level of service to all of our customers and look forward to retaining the award next year,' he added.
In Mela’s inaugural Awards, Agility scooped four awards, including: Best Road Hauler, Best Land Freight Forwarder and Best Logistics Service Provider in 3PL & Perishable Goods. In 2008, it won Best Road Hauler for the second consecutive time.
The 3rd annual ceremony featured 22 categories celebrating the commitment of logistics companies to providing the highest quality of service to their customers, as well as the innovations and contributions they have made to the overall development of the Middle East logistics industry.
The awards were organized by Eventis, Event Organizers in Dubai and the ceremony was attended by professionals from the regional logistics industry.
The winners were chosen through an online voting process which went through a comprehensive audit and was evaluated by a panel of experts in the freight forwarding, cargo and supply chain sectors.-TradeArabia News Service
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