Air cargo success at the Logistics UK Awards

By Damian Brett

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Two air cargo companies picked up awards at today’s Logistics UK Awards.

Most innovative product of the year, sponsored by ITT Hub, was picked up by digital air cargo broker CharterSync, while the air business of the year, sponsored by Multimodal, was won by Kerry Logistics.

The awards were presented at Logistics UK’s virtual Future Logistics Conference & Expo earlier today.

The annual awards event is organised by UK-based industry representative group Logistics UK to support and celebrate businesses and developments in supply chain logistics.

“We are incredibly proud of the Kerry Logistics team effort over the last 12 months and to have this noticed and applauded by industry judges is a brilliant achievement,” said Emma Rowlands, strategic sales director at Kerry Logistics UK.

“Logistics UK is the only business group representing all of the logistics industry, so we are ideally placed to recognise the achievements of our sector’s leaders,” said David Wells, chief executive of Logistics UK.

“These awards have been the ideal opportunity to recognise the outstanding work of the individuals and businesses committed to keeping Britain trading under increasingly challenging circumstances. I would like to congratulate the winners personally; this recognition is so richly deserved.”

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