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Outstanding suppliers receive their UAS awards
UAS relies on the consistency and operational excellence of its network of preferred suppliers, and rewards them too. Client satisfaction reports form the basis of selection for various categories of excellence.
Avia Maldives director of ground operations Ahmed Arshad; UAS co-owner, founder and CEO Omar Hosari; MEBAA founding and executive chairman Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi; Jet Aviation Dubai regional VP MRO and FBO ops (Middle East) Hardy Butschi; ExecuJet Group regional FBO director, Middle East Dumani Ndebele; Harrods Aviation MD Paul Norton; Glamco MD Shran Singh; UAS co-owner, founder and executive president Mohammed Husary; and UAS director of commercial and charter sales Ammar Al Mahmoud.

Trip support solutions provider UAS International Trip Support (UAS) proudly honoured the winners of its Outstanding Suppliers Awards 2020-2021 at a special ceremony on Tuesday, 24 May on its stand at EBACE.

Launched in 2015, these awards are a vital way of celebrating and rewarding the company's top performing industry partners on every continent it serves. They also reinforce UAS' stringent global quality assurance processes throughout its supply chain to its international client base of heads of state, VVIPs, Fortune Global 500 companies, commercial airlines and business jet operators.

UAS follows a strict selection process when choosing vendors, based on an evaluation by all stakeholders involved through client feedback and internal assessment of quality and service levels. Award recipient selection is based on client satisfaction reports instigated by the UAS sales support department.

UAS Outstanding Suppliers Award winners include its most excellent strategic partners and best performing regional handlers for 2020-2021. The winners are:

- Outstanding Performance during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Swissport UK

- Global Fuel Supplier of the Year: Shells Markets Middle East

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year America: ICCS Mexico

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Africa: Aviaman

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Asia Pacific: Glamco Aviation

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Indian Subcontinent: Avia Maldives

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Russia and CIS: JSC International Airport Almaty

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Europe: Harrods Aviation

- Outstanding Supplier of the Year Middle East: Jet Aviation Dubai

- UAS Excellence Award: ExecuJet Group

UAS co-owner, founder and CEO Omar Hosari says: “We're extremely pleased to honour our outstanding global partners. In our business we rely on the consistency and operational excellence of our network of carefully selected preferred suppliers at every corner of the globe. Our capabilities are empowered through our close partnerships with our suppliers. It is intrinsic to our success as they execute with the same exacting standards as we do and enable us to exceed our clients' expectations, every time.”

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