The event marks the start of its partnership between APLL and Arab Global Logistics LLC to develop Oman as a regional logistics hub serving the Middle-East and East Africa markets.

Present at the event were Mr. Muhammad Azfar Khan (Chairman of the Board for APLL Oman), Sheik Salim SS Bahwan (Deputy Chairman of the Board for APLL Oman) and Mr. Inacio Rodrigues (Managing Director – APLL Oman).

APLL is the go-to global supply chain specialist for companies in the Automotive, Consumer, Industrials, and Retail sectors. APLL Oman is backed by APLL’s deep logistics expertise and global execution experience. Customers can look forward to a comprehensive offering of high-tech, flexible logistics services that solve complex everyday issues across inbound and production logistics, finished vehicle logistics, multi-modal transportation, consolidation, order management, customs brokerage and packaging.

Mr. Muhammad Azfar Khan, Chairman of Board for APLL Oman said, “We are delighted to expand our direct presence in the country to build closer relationships with customers and serve them better. We are committed to developing Oman as a regional logistics hub that will offer and deliver globally-proven logistics solutions to customers in the country and the surrounding region.”

Sheik Salim SS Bahwan, Deputy Chairman of the Board for APLL Oman said, “We are pleased to mark this important milestone with APL Logistics. The opening of the APLL Oman office will serve as a foundation to further develop business opportunities that will leverage on Oman’s strategic location, logistics potential and highly capable work force.”

Source: apllogistics
2017-04-13

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