AAI Global have been selected as a finalist in the “Customer Care” category at the 2016 Global Freight Awards.

“In an industry where Customer Service is often the only differentiator other than cost between choosing the right logistics partner, to be recognised for market leading customer care is testament to the hard work all the team at AAI undertake on a daily basis by going above and beyond for all our clients.” Mentioned Peter Tuck, Chairman of AAI Group.

“The Customer Care Award recognises industry-leading customer care strategies and real examples of outstanding customer care” confirms the Global Freight Awards.

The Award Ceremony will take place at the Lancaster Hotel, London on Thursday, 3rd November 2016.

 

AAI Global have been selected as a finalist in the “Customer Care” category at the 2016 Global Freight Awards.

“In an industry where Customer Service is often the only differentiator other than cost between choosing the right logistics partner, to be recognised for market leading customer care is testament to the hard work all the team at AAI undertake on a daily basis by going above and beyond for all our clients.” Mentioned Peter Tuck, Chairman of AAI Group.

“The Customer Care Award recognises industry-leading customer care strategies and real examples of outstanding customer care” confirms the Global Freight Awards.

The Award Ceremony will take place at the Lancaster Hotel, London on Thursday, 3rd November 2016.

Fingers crossed !


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