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Semmco DWC signs three-year contract with Dnata

Posted 16 June 2021 · Add Comment

Semmco DWC has been awarded a three-year contract by Dnata.The partnership will see Semmco provide Dnata with spares for ground support equipment.

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“Dnata provides a range of quality services to our customer airlines at DXB and DWC and it is important we work with reliable partners who can efficiently support our operations.  Semmco DWC has the engineering knowledge and experience and is ideally located. We look forward to a successful partnership,” said Steve Skiff, dnata’s GSE Manager, Procurement & Logistics.

 

“We have formed a great partnership with dnata” added Ramy Elawady, Technical Sales, Middle East & Australasia, Semmco DWC.  “We look forward to working with them to ensure they continue to provide a great service to their customers.”

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