At the latest edition of PielVentana Serra Brazil has been awarded the best carrier in the automotive sector and for logistics efficiency
An important international award for Arcese Group: a strong experience in the sector, coupled with process and service excellence, have resulted in Ventana Serra Brazil been awarded two prizes as the best carrier in the automotive sector and for logistics efficiency at the latest edition of Piel, north eastern region of Brazil (Prêmio Infraero Eficiencia de Logística). At Piel event, now in its forth edition, the best results recorded by 7 cargo terminals (Teca) were awarded, located at the airports of: Recife and Petrolina (PE), Salvador (BA), Fortaleza (CE), Maceió (AL), Joao Pessoa (PB) and Teresina (PI).
The initiative is inspired by the intention to recognize and promote the work of importers, carriers and haulers, whose business keeps the country’s economy on the move. The aim is to encourage them to improve their performance, delivery times and handling processes. Between April 2016 and March 2017, the 7 Tecas handled 1,000,000 tons of taxable weight in Recife. During the latest edition, 7 segments (automotive, health & medical devices, pharmaceutical, chemical, textile, technological, metal working) and five main categories (importer, exporter, carrier, broker and haulier), were identified. Goods handling processes are assessed based on a logistic efficiency classification published on a monthly basis on the Infraero Cargo web site.
“This important award was possible thank to the hard work of our Brazilian team and in particular our colleagues of Recife branch. In the current, highly competitive background we work in, we have to keep up with changes and regularly improve services we offer. We are proud of this award which inspires us to work with even greater commitment in order achieve new goals.” explains Paolo Casasonte, C.E.O of Ventana Serra do Brasil, when he received the prize.
The award ceremony was held on 21st of September in Recife and was attended by numerous representatives of Brazil’s economic and political institutes, as well as the directors and coordinators of all airports involved. Durgin the event, Paolo Casadonte received the prize together with some colleagues of the Recife branch: Cristiane Lopes, Isabelle Lima Helio Lourenço e João Paulo Correa.