Launch of Millexell ME e-solutions provider

Published October 23rd, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

Company Press Release: 

 

There is a new player in the Dubai Internet City Scene, and it is boasting one of the youngest general managers around. At 24, Muhammad A. Al Goheer is leading the newest e-solutions provider, Millexell Middle East, and aims to craft a new regional level principal in the industry. 

 

Millexell Middle East will officially launch its operations following GITEX 2000, on the 2nd of November. At Gitex, Millexell is not only exhibiting their corporate presence but is also planning to flash some of its e-business related portals at separate stands. They also have sponsored a coffee shop for the visitors to the hall no. 7 of the trade fair. 

 

“Our business tag — ‘your.smart.move’ — reflects on your decision of embracing IT into your business, and it’s your even smarter move to choose us as your partners in doing so”, says Goheer. “The dots between the logo show our intimacy with this channel.”  

 

Talking about some of their initiatives, Goheer briefed, “There is an increasing need for society to become aware of the potential of the World Wide Web and how its going to shape even the cultures in time to come. We at Millexell aim to play an important role in community development, and to start with is our sponsorship of the Dubai Autism Center website, which will be launched at Gitex as well.” 

 

Millexell Middle East FZ LLC is owned and managed by the HAK Algahtani Group of companies of Saudi Arabia, under the franchise from U.S. based Millexell Technologies, Inc. HAK Group was founded in 1967 as a general trading and contracting company by Hassan Abdul Karim Algahtani.  

 

The HAK Group stands among one of the largest and most diversified conglomerates in the Middle East. HAK Group’s business activities are classified into four main corporate sectors - transport & shipping, industrial & manufacturing, mercantile contracting & agencies and real estate development. Information technology is a new incorporation to the list of 31 companies.  

 

With a relatively smaller start in this field with a computer supplies division, HAK, apart from Millexell, now has tactical partnerships with a major Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the Kingdom, an online Arabic community service and e-mail provider and several other software agencies from the United States and United Kingdom. 

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