Judges select winners for Logistics Middle East Awards

The judging panel for the Logistics Middle East Awards has now made its final selection of the winners for each category.
The Logistics Middle East Awards (formerly known as the SCATAs) will be held in April 19th at Grosvenor House Dubai.
The Logistics Middle East Awards (formerly known as the SCATAs) will be held in April 19th at Grosvenor House Dubai.

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The judging panel for the Logistics Middle East Awards has now made its final selection of the winners for each category, with those results kept under lock and key until the nights of the awards on April 19th at Grosvenor House.

Our panel studied nominations by several dozen companies across 14 different categories and whittled those entries down to a shortlist, which was then judged further until just 14 winners were selected.

Logistics Middle East magazine, the print version of LogisticsMiddleEast.com and the host of the awards event, would like to thank our judges

Carrie Annabi, assistant professor (lecturer)/ director of programme for MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management, School of Social Sciences, Heriot Watt University Dubai Campus.

Gopal R. global vice president, transportation & logistics practise - ‎Frost & Sullivan

Tom Nauwelaerts, CEO, Momentum Logistics

Raman Kumar, managing director of Al-Futtaim Logistics

Melania Lenhardt, senior consultant, Camelot Management Consultants

It should be noted that while Mr Kumar and Mr Nauwelaerts head up companies that nominated in this year’s Logistics Middle East Awards, they both abstained from voting in the categories for which their companies were nominated.

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