SNAS/DHL invests SR3 million to upgrade its King Fahad Causeway facility
Express courier company SNAS/DHL has recently invested three million Saudi riyals in the upgrade and expansion of its King Fahad Causeway facility, the only logistics and clearance facility on the causeway. The expansion project which took approximately one year to complete included employment of additional manpower and purchasing the latest high tech scanning equipment.
“The expansion of the King Fahad Causeway Facility is only a logical move to deal with DHL’s increasing business traffic on the Causeway,” said Samir Al-Judaiby, DHL’s National Gateways manager.
SNAS air express company is the first global courier company to operate in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East with a fleet of nine aircraft operating over 430 flights monthly.
DHL Worldwide Express is an international express service, linking more than 120,000 destinations in 229 countries and territories. DHL has a fleet of over 260 aircraft. In Asia-Pacific/Middle East, DHL serves 51 countries and territories, operates more than 1,300 stations, employs more than 18,000 personnel and operates about 3,900 transport vehicles. — (menareport.com)
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