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Oman Air Cargo wins Best Cargo Airline at The India Cargo Awards

Posted 28 October 2016 · Add Comment

Oman Air Cargo has been awarded “Best Cargo Airline for Valuable Goods – North and East” at the India Cargo Awards 2016 held in New Delhi.

Mohammed Al Musafir, senior vice president cargo – commercial, Oman Air said:

“We are honoured to receive this award as a testament to our focus on customer satisfaction and offering best-in-class services to our clients. As Oman Air Cargo looks to strengthen its presence in the region, winning an award based on Internet customer voting is a true mark of our attention to customer feedback which drives our continuous endeavors in service refinement.”

“India Cargo Awards” is a pan-India platform to recognise the success of the Cargo Industry and they are India’s first internet voting based awards.

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