Pune: The Cathay Pacific & Dragonair Cargo Teams in India held their annual Top Agents Award Dinners across the months of July and August 2015 in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad & Bengaluru with more than 80 guests in attendance at each event. The award functions were held to honour and thank the stalwarts of the cargo industry for their excellent support to Cathay Pacific & Dragonair Cargo for 2014.
Mr. Charlie Stewart-Cox (General Manager – South Asia, Middle East and Africa),
Mr. Anand Yedery (Regional Cargo Manager – South Asia, Middle East & Africa), along with the Cargo Managers for each port, presided over the presentation of the awards. Trophies and certificates were presented to the top 10 cargo agents for their contribution to the airlines’ revenue as well as to the agencies that support both airlines in their operations at the various airports.
Mr. Anand Yedery (Regional Cargo Manager – South Asia, Middle East & Africa) said: “2014 was a year of growth and notable achievements for Cathay Pacific and Dragonair Cargo. We expanded our network, added new destinations, improved our products & upgraded our fleet. This has put us in a stronger position in this ultra-competitive environment. We are a major freighter operator to India and India is a very prominent part of our current network and of our future plans. Our trade partners have supported us wholeheartedly with various initiatives that we introduced such as the cutover to E-AWB. We owe much to them and thank them for their excellent support and contribution to our revenue growth and the success of our operations.”
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