Awarded for "Industry Excellence in Supply Chain – Pharma"
In October, DSV India was declared winner in the category “Industry Excellence in Supply Chain – Pharma” at the 12th Express, Logistics & Supply Chain Conclave, taking place at Taj Lands End – Bandra, Mumbai.
The award was given specifically for DSV’s efforts and capabilities within air freight in relation to the pharmaceutical industry. And the choice for DSV as winner was based on research conducted by JDA Software, looking for the best 3PL company in the pharmaceutical industry.
The top picture shows the award presenters Mr. Martin Dube, Group VP, Asia Pacific, JDA Software (left) & Mr. Vishal Dhawan, Vice President Growth Markets (China, India, SEA & Korea), JDA Software (right). DSV representatives Mr. Kapil Saraf, Director, Sales & Marketing, Indian Sub-Continent (2nd from right) and Mr. Hemant Verma, Head Pharmaceutical & Chemicals and Trade Lane, UK and Ireland (2nd from left) accepted the award at the event.
Recognition from Singapore Airlines for exceptional customer service
In addition to the recognition for DSV India’s pharma capabilities, the DSV India Air Freight team in Ahmedabad received a certificate of appreciation from customer Singapore Airlines for their exceptional customer service.
The DSV team has developed an excellent relationship with the “Sales, Reservation & Operation” team from Singapore Airlines, by securing a reliable and professional service across Singapore Airlines’ major destinations Yangoon, Malaysia, Singapore and China.
In picture: DSV Ahmedabad Team with the Certificate
Mr. Sameer Khatri, Regional Director, Indian Subcontinent and MD India, DSV Air and Sea comments on the award and the appreciation certificate:
“Being able to cater to our customers’ needs is imperative to us in DSV. These recognitions are a well-deserved appreciation of our teams' efforts and will inspire us to continue to create world class solutions in collaboration with our partners to keep delivering the best possible service for all our customers.”