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Mr Kwabena Ofosu Appiah, President of GIFF

11 to grab 2018 Logistics and Transport awards

THE TECHNICAL evaluation committee of the 2018 Logistics and Transport Awards has selected 11 institutions and individuals as winners and runner ups for awards in 15 different categories.

The selection of the awardees was based on their outstanding performance in relevant operations within the logistics and transport sector in the year 2017.

In a statement issued and signed by MacDonald Bubuama, the Events Coordinator and Member of Organizing Committee, said the winners would be announced and honoured at an awards ceremony slated for Thursday, December 6, 2018 to be held at Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra at 7.00pm.

The event, dubbed GLOTA 2018, was initially slated for July 26, 2018 but had to be postponed indefinitely to enable the technical evaluation committee conduct a thorough exercise to scrutinize the entry applications submitted by interested institutions.

Award categories

The contending categories include the Best Freight Forwarding Company of the Year, Best Courier Service Company of the Year, Best Commercial Transport Company of the Year, Best Safety and Environmental Friendly Company of the Year, Best Corporate Responsible Company of the Year, Best Haulage Company of the Year and Best Allied Service Company of the Year.

Others are Best Car Rental company of the Year, Best Promising Logistics and Transport Company of the Year, Best Logistics and Transport Employer of the Year, Best Chief Executive Officer of the Year, Best news Reporter of the Year and Best Media Organization of the Year, Best Logistics Company of the Year and the Best Customer Service Excellence Award.

The 2018 Logistics and Transport awards is being organized by Adams 360 Advertising Company in partnership with Eves Media Ghana Limited, Target Roll Communications Consult and the Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders (GIFF) on the theme, “Driving the Growth of Ghana’s Logistics and Transport sector through effective recognition system”.

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