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    Gulftainer Company Limited United Arab Emirates Wins Frost & Sullivan’s Supply Chain Partner Of Choice Award

     

    Gulftainer, the largest terminal operator in the Middle East by number of terminals operated, has been awarded the Frost and Sullivan Value Chain Leadership Awards - “Supply Chain Partner of Choice Award in the Service Sector”.

     

    The Frost & Sullivan Leadership Award is a global programme that recognizes outstanding industry achievements across a multitude of industries and functional disciplines by companies world-wide. The Awards follow a robust, highly acclaimed and constantly updated assessment process, derived from best global practices.

     

    It acknowledges companies who have demonstrated excellence in their growth strategies, exhibit exceptional leadership, successful customer acquisition and service strategies, and sound execution in business plans, in addition to other critical factors.

     

    Gulftainer Company Limited was awarded the Supply Chain Partner of Choice in the Service sector category, the highest category award given by Frost & Sulivan, based on a series of assessments conducted across its facilities.  Gulftainer was commended for its commitment to deliver efficient and cost effective supply chain solutions and exceptional service to its customers across its facilities in the UAE.

     

    Gulftainer’s Managing Director, Peter Richards, said: “The recognition from Frost and Sullivan highlights our focus and clear understanding of our customer’s requirements. We take pride in our operational capabilities and our relationships with the operators who rely on us to provide them with the service, insight and expertise that we are known for in the industry.”

     

     

    Established in 1976 in Sharjah, UAE, Gulftainer’s current portfolio covers operations in the UAE, Iraq, Brazil, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.

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