Aramex Middle East and Africa CEO highlights logistics and transportation solutions at Saudi Transtec 2010
Speaking at a major logistics conference in Saudi Arabia, Aramex's Chief Executive Officer for the Middle East and Africa, Hussein Hachem, highlighted to an audience of high-level industry participants a range of innovative solutions to the challenge of effective logistics and transportation.
Sponsored by Aramex, the global logistics and transportation solutions provider, Saudi Transtec 2010 is a three-day event that brings together stakeholders from across the industry, including participants from major government and private-sector firms.
Outlining future trends, regional opportunities and international best practices, Hachem also addressed the specific needs of the Kingdom's logistics and transportation sector. He emphasized to delegates the need to meet evolving customer needs during the period of global economic recovery.
"With a large domestic population, a range of globally active industrial hubs and an increasingly diversified economy, Saudi Arabia represents a key growth market for Aramex," said Hachem. "As a leading logistics and transportation company, Aramex continues to expand its infrastructure and invest in emerging markets, such as Saudi Arabia, seeking new opportunities and partnerships, while continuing to deliver customized solutions to our customers."
In line with Aramex's commitment to supporting the logistics and transportation industry in the region, we are very pleased to sponsor Saudi Transtec 2010," he concluded.
Held in Dammam from October 25-27, 2010, Saudi Transtec takes place in partnership with Dhahran International Exhibitions Company and with the support of the Ministry of Transport.
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