Dubai, 24 November, 2010Global shipping and logistics services provider GAC has won the “Freight, Transport and Logistics” accolade at the Lloyd’s List Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Awards (MEISA) 2010 held in November 2010.
The award recognizes GAC as a provider of supply chain innovation in a multi-modal environment demonstrating increased productivity and on-time delivery of cargo. Phil Showering, General Manager-Logistics, received the award on behalf of GAC at a glittering ceremony at the Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai.
The annual Lloyd’s List Awards salute excellence in the shipping industry by acknowledging top class performance and business innovation. 
Quality & satisfaction
Capt. Dan Hjalmarsson, GAC's Group Vice President - Middle East, says: “This Award underlines once again that service quality and customer satisfaction remain the true yardsticks of excellence in the shipping and logistics business.
“GAC’s reputation is built on its operational efficiency and commitment to providing personalized, differentiated service to customers. Our commitment to delivering a superior customer experience underpins everything we do at GAC, and we constantly strive to innovate and improve in order to keep pace with changing customer requirements.
“That strong foundation has enabled GAC to remain resilient despite the challenging economic environment. The company has continued to grow, and is well-positioned to capitalise on new opportunities.”
 Lars Bergstrom, Group Vice President - Indian Subcontinent adds: “It is enormously encouraging to receive this recognition from the industries we serve. Our logistics business in the Indian Subcontinent has been expanding, particularly in India and Sri Lanka, and this award drives us to strive for further growth in the coming year.”

 Global Values

 GAC’s “Vision Y – Global Values” strategy, which builds on the growth momentum created over the past few years while adding an important values component, is key to maintaining growth and market reputation.

  “Our guiding values at GAC reach beyond cultural and geographical differences and add a strong human element to all that we do,” says Hjalmarsson. “We will continue to expand geographically by listening to our customers, and we believe our values will provide us with a sustainable future where growth and ethics are intimately linked.”