By Edward Attwood
Supply chain and logistics expert GAC has opted to implement Cargo 2000’s quality management system as it strives to provide best practice and value-added services.
Supply chain and logistics expert GAC has opted to implement Cargo 2000's quality management system as it strives to provide best practice and value-added services.
"We are happy to partner with Cargo 2000 as we believe the system represents significant progress in quality and operational excellence within the airfreight industry," said Bill Hill, group vice president, GAC Logistics.
"Working with Cargo 2000 will enable our company to offer the best levels of service to our customers and this is in line with our common values of service excellence."
The Middle East-based company believes that membership of Cargo 2000 will enable it to monitor performance, verify transit times and cut labour-intensive processes, improving its management of shipments. Improved efficiencies should lead to cost reductions for the global operator.
"GAC has seen significant growth and development and is clearly committed to improving quality of service for its customers," announced Lothar Moehle, regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Cargo 2000.
"This is exactly the type of company we want to attract to Cargo 2000. Our quality management system simplifies the air cargo process, reduces errors and therefore costs and leads to improved customer satisfaction. We are delighted that GAC recognises this and we expect the company and its customers to benefit as a result of its participation in Cargo 2000."