Almajdouie Logistics recognised with Logistics Service Provider of the Year Award

  • Almajdouie Logistics recognised with Logistics Service Provider of the Year Award

    Almajdouie Logistics recognised with Logistics Service Provider of the Year Award

    Almajdouie Logistics Celebrates Four Years of Success in a Row

    Almajdouie Logistics has won the Frost & Sullivan KSA Logistics Service Provider Company of the Year Award for the fourth year in a row. Frost & Sullivan Global President and Managing Partner, Anoop Zutish presented the award to Almajdouie Logistics CEO, Mohammed Ali Almajdouie at the 2019 Middle East Best Practices Awards Banquet, which took place in Dubai, UAE on 11th December.

    Mr. Almajdouie said: “Winning this prestigious award for four consecutive years is a great honour. I would like to thank all our stakeholders and employees for their hard work and dedication, without which this achievement would not have been possible. In the past year, we have launched a range of innovative new services with our customers’ evolving requirements in mind, and we look forward to building on our achievements in 2019 and beyond.”

    Mr. Almajdouie added: “This recognition reflects the combined efforts of our entire team, the diversity of our services, and inspires us to work even harder to surpass our high standards. We appreciate the efforts of Frost & Sullivan for conducting these awards, which help the entire logistics industry to grow by recognising quality and setting a benchmark for success.”

    The Frost & Sullivan awards recognise companies driven by visionary growth, innovation, and leadership that will catalyse and transform industries in the near future. The winners were selected for their exceptional accomplishments and superior performance in technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development.

    This year, 40 Awards were presented across seven industry verticals: Transportation & Logistics; Healthcare; ICT; Industrial; Mobility; Chemicals, Materials and Nutrition; and Metals & Minerals. A rigorous measurement-based methodology was used to select the winners in each category.

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