Most Valuable Partner Award

by | May 4, 2017

Uniserve clinched another award when Group Managing Director, Iain Liddell, received the Most Valuable Partner Award from THI Logistics, during his recent visit to Shanghai.

The accolade, presented by THI’s president David Yen, was awarded for the outstanding commercial development and exceptional operational efficiency of our Asian services.

Like Uniserve, THI are a global business and local representatives of the technologically advanced carrier; UniOcean Lines. THI have offices and partners in hundreds of locations around the world, making this achievement considerable.

Most Valuable Partner Award

Steve Ireland, our Sea Freight Director, was also in Shanghai to mark this special occasion and commented “Its great to be recognised for the hard work our teams put in, and to win this award ahead of so many other great companies makes it all the more satisfying.

The past eighteen months have been turbulent for the industry, so to have had such great success in the past few months shows we continue to innovate and think outside-of-the-box.”

Uniserve collected the 2016 BIFA Airfreight Award in January, after receiving the 2016 Global Freight Seafreight Award in November. So, as Steve alludes to, it has been a truly memorable period of success for the group.

If you would like to find out further information about our award winning Ocean and Airfreight products, then please email info@ugroup.co.uk or call 01708 259400.

 

 

 

 

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