Agility wins Best Airfreight Forwarder Award

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Agility was the winner of the Best Airfreight Forwarder Award at the inaugural Supply Chain Asia Awards at a ceremony in Hong Kong.

Olaf Tauschke, Agilitys Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, collected the award in front of more than 300 senior industry professionals gathered at the Bauhinia Room at the Hong Kong Conference and Exhibition Centre.

The Agility brand was launched just one year ago and we are honoured to receive this prestigious award.  We also welcome the award as it is recognition, from our customers and business partners, of the hard work and dedication of our staff during the last 12 months, said Tauschke.

The award was presented by Tony Fedorowicz, Executive Council Member for Supply Chain Asia who sponsored the Best Airfreight Forwarder category.

Logistics and supply chain professionals, customers and readers of Asias leading logistics magazine Supply Chain Asia were polled and asked to vote for the best companies in 14 logistics industry sectors. The top five companies in each category qualified as finalists.

Following the nomination round a panel of judges comprising senior executives from across the Asian logistics industry including shippers, 3PLs, carriers, analysts and journalists evaluated the submissions of all finalists before deciding on the winner in each of the categories.

 
Picture shows:  Olaf Tauschke (left), Senior Vice President, Agility, Asia Pacific receives the Best Airfreight Forwarder Award from Tony Fedorowicz at the Supply Chain Asia Awards in Hong Kong.


About Agility

Agility is a global provider of integrated supply chain solutions with more than 20,000 employees, 450 offices in 100 countries worldwide and over US$4.5 billion in annual revenue.  A publicly traded company, Agility offers its customers a genuinely personalized service and flexible solutions tailored to meet their individual business needs. These are supported by Agilitys comprehensive network of warehousing facilities, transportation and freight management services. 

Agilitys customers span a range of industries from technology and retail to consumer products and oil & gas.  In addition, Agility has three specialized business units: Defense & Government Services; Project Logistics; and Fairs & Events Logistics - each with dedicated teams to meet the complex customer requirements in these markets. 

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