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Gerry’s Dnata achieves ISAGO registration in Pakistan

Posted 11 April 2019 · Add Comment

Gerry’s dnata, the leading ground services provider in Pakistan, has achieved IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Registration in Pakistan, and obtained ISAGO Station Accreditation at Karachi International Airport following successful completion of ISAGO audits.

Gerry’s Group & and Dubai company dnata joined hands for the first time in 1993. 

“We are proud to be awarded IATA’s prestigious ISAGO Registration in Pakistan,” said Syed Haris Raza, vice president of Gerry's dnata. “As one of our core values, safety is integrated in all aspects of our operational, training and people management processes. We constantly monitor and measure our safety performance and engage our colleagues at all levels of the organization in continuous improvement. The achievement of the ISAGO Registration demonstrates our commitment and ability to meet the highest industry standards.”

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