Maersk wins container shipping line of the year award

Maersk Line India has won the container shipping line of the year (India-Africa & Middle East trade lane) award at 7th edition of All India MALA 2016 held on last week in Mumbai.

The Awards are designed to honour the respective winning organizations for demonstrating leadership as well as consistency in service quality, innovation, customer relations management and reliability.

Commenting on winning these awards, Mr. Franck Dedenis, Managing Director, Maersk Line (India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) said, ” We are extremly honoured to have recieved this award. These awards are a fantastic recognition of the high service quality of Maersk Line. We believe in continuously seeking ways to provide the most competitive, innovative, reliable and sustainable services to our customers and such awards validate our focus on our strategy. We have completed 25 glorious years in India and promise to continue delighting customers in their quest for reliable and viable logistical solutions. ”

The All India Maritime And Logistics Awards (MALA) 2016, saw participation of companies in over 30 categories, which were scrutinized by an eminent jury drawn from various segments of the industry. The winners are chosen in a transparent manner based purely on merit i.e. performance & other key parameters during the period April 2015 to March 2016.

Maersk Line, the global containerized division of the Maersk Group, is dedicated to delivering the highest level of customer-focused, reliable ocean transportation services. With employees in 325 offices across 125 countries and a fleet of more than 500 vessels along with 1.9 million containers, it has the global reach and resources to accommodate customers’ broad transportation needs.

Maersk Line in India and Sri Lanka is the leading Container Shipping Line in the region with footprints across 16 offices and close to 400 employees covering all major locations and cargo hubs.

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