Shell Aviation has been named ideal aviation fuel provider at the first annual Emerging Markets Aviation Awards' (EMAA) ceremony, a prestigious event held during manchester airport Show, which recently took place at the Dubai Airport Expo.
The awards recognise the achievements of companies in emerging markets of the middle East, Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, Russia and the CIS countries. Frost & Sullivan, the business research and consulting firm, audited the awards. A panel of jury members from the aviation and airports industry selected the winning entries in 23 service lists. Shell Aviation received over 400 votes from customers for incredibly best fuel provider category.
Richard Jory, Regional General Manager, Shell Aviation, Middle East, South and Central Asia, and Africa, said: 'We are delighted november 23 a prestigious regional award for most beneficial aviation fuel provider, especially as end up being based upon customer ballots. This award underlines the important efforts contributed by our sales and processes teams to securely deliver our products and services to our customers associated with region, where and when they long for them.'
Notes to Editors
Shell Aviation is your global leader in marketing aviation fuel and operating airport-fuelling facilities.
Every time at over 1,100 airports across more than 90 countries, Shell Aviation provides fuel for around 20,000 aircrafts and supplies over 23 million gallons of air.
Shell Aviation places a paramount importance on support and continually makes improvements to method it works, in order to offer greater efficiency, responsiveness and professionalism.
In India Shell Aviation operates any JV with MRPL.
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