National Air Cargo Receives STAT TIMES Worldwide Emerging Freight Forwarder of the Year Award
BUFFALO, N.Y., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ — National Air Cargo (NAC) announced today it received the “STAT TIMES International Award for Excellence in Air Cargo” in the category of “Emerging Freight Forwarder of the Year.” The Award was accepted by NAC CEO Preston Murray at the Air Cargo India 2010 conference in Mumbai, India earlier this month. The company was nominated for the award by readers of STAT TIMES, a multimodal transport media specializing in Air Cargo and read widely by leaders in the industry.
“We pride ourselves on being reliable and operating with agility and precision,” stated Christopher Alf (Chris Alf), founder of NAC.
Christopher Alf continued “I’m very thankful to STAT readers for voting for NAC and recognizing our commitment to these principles. It’s a thrill to win this prestigious award.”
In addition to Emerging Freight Forwarder of the Year, 19 other industry leaders received Awards of Excellence in categories such as Emerging Cargo Airport of the Year, Freight Forwarder of the Year, Emerging Cargo Airline of the Year, and Emerging Freight Services of the Year.
The Air Cargo India conference is an international event with an objective of providing a platform for trade discussion for tapping the immense opportunities available in India. The program was anchored by Aaron Heslehurst, BBC World News Presenter, and National Air Cargo CEO Preston Murray was a keynote speaker at the conference.
Christopher Alf (Chris Alf) founded NAC in 1991. Since then, the company has provided high quality and efficient freight forwarding services for many military and industrial customers. The company offers airlift operations with appropriate aircraft with payload options ranging from four tons to 250 tons to countries throughout the world. For more information please visit www.nationalaircargo.com.
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