Enoc receives IATA strategic partner award
Dubai, December 23, 2012
Enoc Aviation has announced that it has received a 10-year strategic partner award from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The recognition provides suppliers and service providers with a platform to make significant contributions to the aviation industry, a statement from the company said.
Sudhir Bishnoi, director of aviation fuel marketing, received the award on behalf of the company from Hemant Mistry, director of industry charges, fuel & taxation at the Aviation Fuel Forum held in Bangkok, Thailand.
“IATA provides a great networking opportunity and over the years, Enoc has significantly benefitted from its association with all stakeholders. Through its strategic partnerships programme, Enoc has gained insights into the air transport industry and opened a window to participate in various IATA work groups,’ Bishnoi said. “Enoc is keen on showcasing its strong supply reliability and standards application to the IATA Technical Working Group at the Dubai International Airport.”
The strategic partnerships programme is a platform for aviation solution providers to build relationships with key market players in the industry. IATA recognises partners for every 5, 10 and 15 years of participation in the programme. Through its contributions over the years, Enoc has been recognised as an influential player in the fuel services segment.
IATA is an international industry trade group of 240 airlines headquartered in Canada that serves the airline industry. The IATA strategic partnerships programme, established in 1990, began with one area of involvement with a membership of 15 industry suppliers. The programme has grown since then with huge involvement covering a realm of industry activities and over 300 partners. – TradeArabia News Service
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