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Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards 2017 winners announced

Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards 2017 winners announced

Excellence in the air cargo industry was celebrated last night at the glittering Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards in Munich.

The luxurious Westin Hotel saw a crescendo of cheering and applause for the reputable accolades as ecstatic winners in the 10 categories raised their trophies aloft.

Broadcaster and television director Nadia Dunn compered the evening as 500 air cargo professionals enjoyed a sumptuous dinner and fine champagne along with live acts and music.

The winners were as follows:

Cargo Airline of the Year: Etihad Cargo

Finalists: Qatar Airways Cargo, Virgin Atlantic Cargo and United Cargo

Airport of the Year: Brussels Airport

Finalists: Miami International Airport, Frankfurt Airport and Incheon International Airport

Air Cargo General Sales Agent of the Year: ECS Group

Finalists: ATC Aviation, Air Logistics Group and Kales Airline Services

Air Cargo Handling Agent of the Year: Hactl

Finalists: ALHA Group, dnata and Evergreen

Air Cargo Charter Broker of the Year: Air Charter Service

Finalists: Chapman Freeborn, Hunt & Palmer and Neo Air Charter

Airfreight Forwarder of the Year: Dimerco

Finalists: DHL Global Forwarding, Geodis and Kuehne + Nagel

Air Cargo Industry Customer Care Award: Air Asia

Finalists: Virgin Atlantic Cargo, Emirates SkyCargo and Thai Cargo

Air Cargo Industry Achievement Award: Saudia Cargo

Finalist: Emirates SkyCargo, United Cargo and Virgin Atlantic Cargo

Information Technology for the Air Cargo Industry Award: WebCargoNet

Finalists: Accelya, CargoGuide and Youredi

Air Cargo Industry Marketing and Promotional Campaign Award: ECS Group

Finalists: Saudia Cargo, United Cargo and Virgin Atlantic Cargo

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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