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Qatar Airways Cargo recognises EFL as growing global player

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Charbel Cherfan - Senior Manager Regional Cargo, Qatar Airways, Peter Penseel - Vice President Sales and Marketing, Qatar Airways, Bruno Gomes - Global Key Account Manager, Qatar Airways, Senthilnathan Shanmugam – Chief Executive Officer, EFL, Hanif Yusoof - Founder & President, EFL, Guillaume Halleux - Chief Officer Cargo, Qatar Airways, Pasi Nopanen - Vice President Cargo Global Sales, Qatar Airways

Celebrating the continuing success of one its most dynamic partnerships in Sri Lanka, Qatar Airways Cargo presented EFL with two awards of appreciation at a ceremony hosted at the EFL Campus in Colombo recently. 

A special team consisting of the senior management from Qatar Airways Head Office, led by Chief Cargo Officer Guillaume Halleux made their inaugural visit to mark this occasion and present the awards.

Guillaume stated, “We are deeply honored to recognize EFL’s growth and support over the last few years. EFL has worked diligently to enhance its reputation as one of the world’s leading freight forwarders and this partnership has strengthened our position as a global player.  

“EFL’s success is a direct result of such vibrant international partnerships. We therefore express our sincere gratitude to Qatar Airways Cargo for these awards and remain committed to further enhancing this relationship as we move boldly forward,” stated Hanif Yusoof, Founder & President – EFL. 
EFL has witnessed a significant expansion in freight forwarding volume, combined with increasingly customized solutions specifically designed to meet the supply chain demands. In September 2017, they partnered to launch a special freighter from Colombo to Columbus for L Brands, the Fortune 500-listed US fashion retailer. 

“Our relationship with Qatar Airways Cargo serves as an ideal example of how logistic providers and airlines can work together to tailor solutions that provide maximum benefit to global brands. Having reached the end of another outstanding year of business where we have closely collaborated together, we now look forward to increasing our engagement with carriers and customers and developing more customised solutions that are timely and effective,” Yusoof added. 

EFL (Expolanka Freight) is a leading provider of freight forwarding and supply chain management solutions across the globe. Started in 1982, EFL is ranked among the top 35 logistics companies in the world. With over three decades of experience in forwarding and warehousing, EFL is well recognized for offering flexible and personalized solutions across multiple industries. EFL covers over 18 countries and is backed by a diverse team of over 2300 employees across 60+ offices.


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