GAC wins Lloyd’s List award
Dubai, November 22, 2011
Global shipping and logistics services provider GAC has won the ‘Logistics Award’ at the prestigious Lloyd’s List Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Awards (MEISA), for the second consecutive year.
The award was presented to Phil Showering, general manager, 3PL Logistics, GAC Dubai, at a ceremony held at Dubai’s Grand Hyatt hotel recently.
The annual awards recognise the industry’s best practices and performers who have made an impact on the shipping sector over the past 12 months. This year’s awards featured 13 categories that reflect the central disciplines essential to the survival and prosperity of shipping, said a statement.
GAC’s expertise and experience has made it a leader in supply chain management, heavy lifts, ship spares supplies as well as entertainment and sports logistics projects. In recent years, that strong foundation has enabled GAC to serve in diverse sectors such as humanitarian aid, project cargo, drilling and petroleum.
Capt Dan Hjalmarsson, GAC's group vice president - Middle East, said: “GAC has gained a reputation for our operational efficiency and commitment to providing service quality and customer satisfaction. We are well-positioned to capitalise on new opportunities to ensure our continued growth.”
Lars Bergstrom, group vice president - Indian Subcontinent, added: “We are greatly honoured to receive this recognition. Our logistics business in the Indian Subcontinent is expanding, particularly in India and Sri Lanka. We are constantly striving to innovate and improve to meet with changing customer requirements.” - TradeArabia News Service
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