Globe Express Services Earns Maersk Award

Press Release
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Maersk Award 2013

Globe Express Services, one of the world’s top 100 global logistics providers, was recently honored with the Platinum Award by Maersk Line Shipping,  a ocean carrier and reliable container shipping company.


This marks the second consecutive year in which Globe Express Services has received this award, which recognizes the best performing logistics providers and top customers of Maersk Line. 


The award was presented to Mustapha Kawam, Managing Director-Gulf States of GES, and John C. George, Jebel Ali Branch Manager, during a ceremony held at The Shangri – La Hotel, Dubai, and attended by senior officials from other freight forwarding and logistics companies.


“Globe Express Services and Maersk Line Shipping share a long history of cooperation and have complemented each other for more than a decade,” said Mr. Kawam. “We are honoured to receive this Platinum Award from Maersk Line for the second year in a row, and we believe that this recognition reaffirms our commitment to consistently deliver services and logistics solutions that are of the highest quality.” 




 

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