Dubai's Dnata shakes up senior structure amid global expansion
Dubai-based air services provider Dnata has introduced a new global management structure
Dnata divisional execs share updates on company's operations
Logistics Middle East’s sister title Aviation Business ME touches base with aviation services provider dnata for an update on the latest developments with its ground handling, catering and air cargo divisions.
Dubai's Dnata launches operations in Belgium
Dubai-based airport services provider opened a new cargo facility at Brussels Airport
Dubai's dnata consolidates UAE joint venture ownership
dnata buys 50% stake in Dubai Express, Freightworks and a 25.5% stake in Bollore Logistics, UAE from Kanoo Group
Dnata improves ground handling and air cargo operational efficiency
The implementation of dnata’s new resource management system is expected to significantly enhance operational efficiency, improve employee productivity and support better on-time performance.
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) pharma certification awarded to dnata in Zürich
GDP is a program focused on systems for warehouses and distribution centers that store and distribute products that are medicinal or carry active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Egypt Air selects dnata for air cargo handling in Dubai
Egypt Air joins 120 other airlines at 43 airports also using dnata’s services. The company handles over 3 million tonnes of cargo a year.
IATA gives dnata CEIV Pharma certification for healthcare logistics
dnata’s two-year preparation for certification included working closely with Dubai Airports to implement facility changes and upgrades to align with CEIV requirements.
Dnata and flydubai try out blockchain for air cargo
dnata successfully tests the use of blockchain technology with flydubai Cargo.
Dnata cargo goes digital with Siemens in Dubai
Siemens wins dnata contract for end-to-end digitalization of air cargo processes in Dubai.
Dnata invests in hybrid vehicles for logistics fleet
Hybrid vehicles from Lexus, Toyota, Hino and Toyota Material Handling join dnata fleet at Dubai International Airport.
dnata says air cargo demand slump is a concern
Dubai air services provider dnata says softening demand and excess capacity in the market is a concern, but that it will nonetheless post modest growth in cargo volumes this year.

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