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Shell Aviation receives IATA's Strategic Partnership Award

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Shell Aviation has received a 20-year Strategic Partner Award from the International Air Transport Association, IATA, for its significant contribution to the industry and strong cooperation with the member airlines of the Association since 1994.

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Anne Anderson, Vice President of Shell Aviation and Adam Harrison, General Manager, Shell Aviation Global Accounts, accepted the award at the IATA Fuel Forum in Dubai from Louise Denis, Director of IATA Strategic Partnerships, Hemant Mistry, Director Airports and Fuel at IATA and Michel Baljet, Head of Fuel Services Operations.

Anne Anderson said, "We are proud of our long term commitment and efforts in raising the standards of our sector and creating customised solutions to address critical industry issues.

"We strongly believe in the benefits of collaboration and IATA's Strategic Partnership programme has provided a valuable opportunity for collectively utilising our experience and expertise to enhance safety and operational efficiencies in this industry. This recognition by IATA of our 20 year strategic partnership inspires us to continue our hard work."

Hemant Mistry said about Shell's recognition, "IATA Fuel Services is proud to work together with our Strategic Partners in all essential areas of fuel. Shell Aviation has been a well-respected and key player in our industry for 20 years. We look forward to strengthening our cooperation with Shell Aviation."

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