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Dnata named Ground Handler of the Year

Posted 2 May 2017 · Add Comment

Dnata has been named Ground Handler of the Year at the 2017 Air Cargo News awards for the fourth consecutive year.

The award winners are determined by a mix of direct voting by more than 18,000 supply chain professionals and company submissions.

“Our ground handling teams around the world work tirelessly to ensure our customers receive the best service possible,” said Gary Chapman - President, Dnata. “From snowstorms to the desert heat, our experts safely manage some of the world’s busiest airports in some of the most challenging conditions. Winning this award for the fourth year running is a tribute to the dedication of each member of our global team who are spread across over 80 countries.”

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