Air Cargo News Awards entry deadline extended

By Damian Brett

In response to high demand, companies now have an extra week to submit their entries for the Air Cargo News Awards.

The extension means that those wishing to enter one of our nine awards categories have until May 13 to submit their entries.

The awards honour and celebrate those companies that have invested in providing great customer service, operational excellence and innovative technologies.

This year there are nine categories to enter, including two new awards:

★  Air Cargo Environment Award – New!
★  Air Cargo Charter Project of the Year – New!
★  Air Cargo Pharma Award
★  Best Freighter Operator
★  Cargo Hub of the Year
★  Ground Handler of the Year
★  GSSA of the Year
★  Innovation Award – Digital
★  Innovation Award – Product

Winners will be announced on September 16 at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel in the UK.

More details on how to enter, criteria for each category and tips on entering can be found at www.aircargonewsawards.net.

Then, when you are ready, use the simple online system to explain in 1,000 words why your company should be recognised as the best in the business.

Judges will be looking for companies to demonstrate how they have outperformed their competitors, offering innovative and market leading solutions.

For more tips, you can download our entry guide here.

After the entries have been received they will be assigned to the judges for scoring with our shortlist announced on June 22.

The awards ceremony was last year a sell out with almost 250 air cargo executives attending.

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