Emirates SkyCargo wins Global Cargo Airline of the Year

By Freddie Pierce
Follow @Ella_Copeland Emirates SkyCargo has been named Global Cargo Airline of the Year by the STAT Trade Times. The awards, which are designed to &lsq...

Emirates SkyCargo has been named Global Cargo Airline of the Year by the STAT Trade Times.

The awards, which are designed to ‘encourage excellence in the air cargo industry’, were presented at the Air Cargo Africa 2013 event recently held in Johannesburg, which was organised by multimodal transport publication the STAT Trade Times.

The publication, which is part of the STAT Media Group, has presented awards in various categories since 2006. Winners are chosen by the worldwide readers of the publication, who nominate their choice in various categories through online participation over a period of a month, and the winners are determined on the basis of the nominations received.  

“Many thanks goes out to all the readers who voted for Emirates SkyCargo. Winning this award is a direct endorsement by our customers of our continuous drive and focus on delivering the highest levels of service,” said Ram Menen, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President Cargo.  

The award was presented at a ceremony attended by leaders in the Air Cargo industry, in Johannesburg, South Africa.  

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