May 8, 2012  CEE WWPC

Almajdouie Logistics wins SCATA 2012 Award in Logistics

May 1, 2012, Dubai, UAE:
Almajdouie Logistics has won “The 3PL Service Provider of the Year” Award for its outstanding services in logistics in the past 12 months. The Award was presented at the Sixth Annual Supply Chain and Transport Awards – SCATA 2012, held at Jumeirah Emirates Tower Hotel in Dubai, UAE on May 01, 2012, with more than 200 figureheads from the Middle East logistics industry in attendance.

On behalf of Almajdouie Logistics, the Award was received by S.I. Mustafa, Group Vice-president – Logistics, at the sparkling ceremony attended by high level representatives of the industry. The prestigious ceremony was organized by the ITP Publishing Group and featured 17 categories covering the entire spectrum of supply chain and transportation activities.

The prestigious award distinguishes the effort of Almajdouie Logistics, Saudi Arabia which has initiated pioneering range of supply chain solutions in the Middle East over the past 12 months; and catered to the expectations of its clients, providing unmatchable services that contributed positively to the Region.

Mustafa said “This is truly a matter of pride”. Further he added, “In last few years Almajdouie has tried its best by providing quality, innovative and cost effective solutions to its large client base, focusing on Project Logistics and SCM services to Petrochemical and Oil & Gas sectors.” And concluded, “Our goal always has been to serve the Region; and we will continue focusing on it.”

Almajdouie, a Saudi Group of companies established in 1965, started as a land transportation company. Almajdouie Logistics consists of 14 companies offering combined services of Supply Chain Management, 3PL and Project Cargo handling in MENA region with its corporate office in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Almajdouie has always played important role in national development by supporting number of projects in Saudi Arabia. The Company has presence in major cities all over the Kingdom; and operating offices in Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Japan, Korea, China, Holland and Italy; which makes it the largest supply chain management company having own resources in the region.

Source: Worldwide Project Consortium, WWPC

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