Tag Archives: India Cargo Awards

Parvinder Singh awarded DDP Trailblazer

Parvinder Singh, Managing Director, Hans Infomatic, was awarded the esteemed ‘DDP Trailblazer’ at India Cargo Awards 2019. Singh has been associated with the IT industry for more than three decades. Since 2001, Singh has developed specialised businesses for providing IT solutions and services related to logistics industry. As a software provider, he has been actively promoting the need for paperless transactions in the logistics space. Under his aegis, IGI Airport, New Delhi, has been made totally paperless. He was also instrumental in implementing various automation processes in airports being run by Airport Authority of India (AAI) and land border posts being run by Central Warehousing Corporation and Land Port Authority of India. He is an active participant in IATA’s Strategic Partner programme for Cargo XML and e-freight initiative since 2012 and believes that cloud-based IT products and solutions are key needs for logistic industry.

Read More »

India Cargo Awards concludes in Delhi-NCR

The India Cargo Awards hailed the achievements of the cargo industry at Hotel Crowne Plaza Greater Noida on January 27, 2020 amidst the presence of stalwarts of the cargo and logistics industry. The chief guest of the ceremony was N Sivasailam, Special Secretary – Logistics, Department of Commerce, Government of India. India Cargo Awards recognises the hard work and efforts put in by the industry to grow the logistics industry. The 39 winners were chosen after a fair and unbiased selection process which includes an online voting platform.

Read More »

Suresh Prabhu congratulates winners at fifth India Cargo Awards in Agra

The fifth edition of India Cargo Awards celebrated the accomplishments of the cargo industry, at Hotel Clarks Shiraz, Agra, on December 5, 2018. Suresh Prabhu, Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Government of India, congratulated the winners through a video message as he could not make it to the event. He said, “I am glad India Cargo Awards is being hosted today. I wish success to all winners. I wanted to personally come and present the award to you but, unfortunately, I am tied up elsewhere. Please consider the awards to be personally handed over by me as recognition of your good work for the industry. The awards are a reminder of what is required to be done to make India the most efficient country for cargo movement in the world.” He also spoke of a comprehensive strategy that is being devised to make movement of cargo hassle-free, cost-effective, and efficient. “We are coming out with an air cargo policy which will be announced in the month of January next year. We are working on a comprehensive strategy to create logistics hubs and I have already spoken to several countries including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman and others in the neighbourhood, as well as far-off countries like Russia. All of this is going to bring in huge change in the way we do logistics in India,” he said. The award ceremony held in Agra was also graced by Dinesh Kumar, Deputy Director, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, who was the Guest of Honour for the glorious evening. It also saw the presence of Manvinder Sandhu, runner up, Gladrags Mrs. India and the leaders of the cargo industry. …

Read More »