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Qatar Airways Cargo wins International Cargo Airline of the Year at STAT Times gala awards

Posted 26 February 2018 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways Cargo has received the International Cargo Airline of the Year award at the STAT Times gala awards night held last week at Mumbai’s Grand Hyatt Hotel.

The biennial awards ceremony was held in conjunction with the seventh edition of Air Cargo India exhibition and conference.

The STAT Times International Award for Excellence in Air Cargo recognises cargo carriers who have made immense progress and introduced innovations in the air freight industry while enhancing customer experience which is core to every business. The winners were selected through the online voting system by STAT Times readers.

Acting Chief Officer Cargo, Guillaume Halleux, collected the award on behalf of the cargo carrier.

Halleux said:  “Customer-centricity is core to our business, and it is for our global customers and employees that we strive to build our success upon the foundation of service excellence and innovation. Our business partners and dedicated team at Qatar Airways Cargo are the ones who made this achievement possible, and we extend special thanks to them.

"Receiving this accolade accentuates our resilience in the face of challenges and our commitment in building customers’ trust and confidence. Qatar Airways Cargo has come a long way to become one of the leading international cargo carriers globally and we will continue to seek new opportunities to invest and grow our business, benefitting the entire air cargo industry.”

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