New opportunities spotlighted at Saudi Logistics Conference 2019
Almajdouie Logistics was a Diamond Sponsor of the 3rd Saudi Logistics Conference, the biggest event of its kind in Saudi Arabia. Held under the patronage of His Excellency Dr. Nabeel Mohamed Al-Amudi, then Minister of Transport, the event brought together senior decision makers, expert speakers, and representatives from leading regional and international companies to network and explore the latest challenges and opportunities shaping the logistics sector.
The event featured a range of engaging panel discussions with top speakers. In attendance were top Almajdouie management, including Group President, Abdullah Almajdouie, Almajdouie Logistics CEO, Mohammed Almajdouie, and CEO of Majd Development Company, Ibrahim Almajdouie, as well as a number of other team members who showcased our diverse services at our exhibition stand.
Mr Mohammed Almajdouie said: “We would like to thank everyone who visited us at the Saudi Logistics Conference 2019. The event was a huge success and provided an ideal platform for us to network with our customers and peers and explore new business opportunities. Participating in leading events such as this provides us with valuable insight into the industry’s latest developments and trends, which helps us to continuously improve our operations and services. We look forward to participating again next year.”
During the event, Almajdouie Logistics General Manager – Eastern Region, Antony Cho participated in the panel discussion ‘the development of the transportation industry – the revival of logistics services’ alongside Eng. Bandar Al-Jabri, Chairman of the Logistics Committee at Asharqia Chamber of Commerce; Mr. Khaled Mohamed Dhafer, General Manager of Khaled Dhafer Logistics Services Co; Dr. Meshal Almofadhi, Logistics Consultant – Saudi Industrial Development Fund; and Eng. Khalid Albakry, Member of Council of Saudi Chambers, National Logistics Committee.
The conference highlighted the Kingdom’s latest legislation, regulations, and investment opportunities to encourage competition and promote the Saudi logistics sector. Attendees explored key issues including, ‘simplifying the concepts of supply chain technology and logistics’, and ‘the future of logistics services in the Kingdom in the digital age’. Discussions also focused on renewable energy and supply chain issues, future logistics projects, as well as the impact of big data on business decisions.