Shell Aviation receives top Emaa award
Dubai, February 7, 2013
Leading fuel supplier Shell Aviation has been named the best aviation fuel provider for the Middle East and surrounding regions at the Emerging Markets Aviation Awards (Emaa).
The award was presented to the company at a ceremony held during the annual Airport Suppliers conference, which took place recently at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai.
The award celebrates Shell’s contributions to support the growth and sustainability of the aviation sector in the region, a statement from the company said. This is the third consecutive year that Shell has won the award, which recognises excellence in the aviation and airport industry for emerging market airports in the Middle East, Africa, Indian Subcontinent, Russia, CIS and Baltic States.
Xavier Hery, general manager, Shell Aviation, Middle East, South and Central Asia, and Africa, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this prestigious regional award for the best aviation fuel provider for the third year in a row. This award reflects Shell Aviation’s commitment to provide the aviation industry with a comprehensive and reliable supply network and the best possible customer service.”
“It also demonstrates the Shell Team’s significant efforts towards advancing innovation in technology in our products and services provided to our customers in the region.”
Every day Shell Aviation provides fuel for around 7,000 aircraft, refuelling a plane every 12 seconds. With over a century of innovation experience in aviation, it is a regional leader in aviation fuels and continues to supply specialty aviation lubricants and greases across the Middle East, serving the region’s airlines across a network of over 800 airports across around 40 countries around the globe.
As a leading global provider offering a range of aviation lubricants designed to fulfil almost every lubrication need in the aviation industry, Shell has branded operations at airports in the UAE and Oman, and serves customers through third party distributors across the Middle East region. – TradeArabia News Service