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Lufthansa Cargo Honours WFS Partnership With ‘Best Global Cooperation’ Award For Exceptional Service

Chennai:

Port Wings News Network:

Lufthansa Cargo has honoured Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) with its ‘Best Cooperation Global’ award in recognition of its exceptional cooperation and quality worldwide service partnership.

The award was presented to WFS’ CEO Craig Smyth at Lufthansa Cargo’s second annual Supplier Awards in Munich, which gathered service providers from all over the world that have distinguished themselves through the level of performance delivered to the airline and its customers.

As well as global awards, Lufthansa Cargo also recognised suppliers in its regional business areas, with WFS also earning its top accolades for ‘Best Performance Eastern & Northern Europe’ and ‘Best Performance South & South East Asia’.

Thomas Sonntag, Lufthansa Cargo Vice President for Procurement & Infrastructure, said: “With their expertise, infrastructure, motivation and commitment, our service providers are a vital component of our performance promise and make a lasting contribution to Lufthansa Cargo’s success. It is important that we strive for integrated supply chains based on flexibility and the intent to grow as well as global footprints with aligned processes and truly standardised systems. In creating a common understanding and openness, sharing similar values and trusting each other in key.”

Craig Smyth commented: “WFS is proud to serve Lufthansa Cargo and its customers at major stations across our global network because our organisations share the same global values and ambition. The airline has a longstanding reputation for the quality and efficiency of its cargo operations and WFS is one of the companies it has entrusted with consistently meeting its highest requirements for service, safety and security. These awards are, therefore, very meaningful to us and to our teams who work hard to meet Lufthansa Cargo’s expectations on a daily basis.”

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