On April 24, 2013 Almajdouie Logistics has been awarded after a thorough evaluation process & meeting of criteria lay-down by the jury board of the Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATA) as “Best 3PL Service Provider of the Year” in Middle East region.
“This is our second time winning in a row, so this is very exciting, it was great teamwork and we are very happy as a team” stated Mr. Mustafa.
The awards ceremony took place at the prestigious Jumeirah Emirates Towers hotel in Dubai and was attended by more than 200 senior figures from the regional logistics industry, where for the seventh time; companies were recognized in 17 different categories
This event was organized by ITP, publisher of arabiansupplychain.com and Logistics Middle East as the ultimate celebration of the Middle East logistics industry’s achievements over the past 12 months. The SCATA recognize and reward those regional and international players that have gone above and beyond in terms of their industry contribution.
“We are extremely honored to receive this award as one of the Best 3PL Service Provider of the year in Middle East” said Mr. S. I. Mustafa, CEO of Almajdouie Logistics. Such recognitions are earned through teammate’s commitment to implement timely solutions to our valued customers through improving process and delivering initial and ongoing value that makes our and our partners success possible. I am receiving this award on behalf of all Almajdouie Logistics Employees as it is a great team work.”
Almajdouie Logistics, from its humble beginning as a land transport and trucking company in 1965, is now considered the largest logistics service provider in the region with its own assets, more than 6,000 employees and a total area of 2 million square meters of terminal and storage facilities in Saudi Arabia.
Al Majdouie, the leading Project Logistics and Supply Chain Company has been in limelight as first Saudi private company to be in Guinness World Record Books for moving the World’s Largest Evaporator and the heaviest load ever moved in the Middle East.
In size, the evaporator was equivalent to a football field and with an assumed weight of 5000 cars, as it measures almost 124 meters long, 34 meters in width and 12 meters in height, with weight of 4891 tons. Almajdouie moved 8 units of similar weigh.
From Left Mr. Khalid Al Ghamdi – COO of Almajdouie, Hamad Obaidalla – Chief Commercial Officer of flydubai giving the award, and Mr. S. I. Mustafa – CEO of Almajdouie Logistics.
Source: Cargo Equipment Experts, CEE