LogiPoint wins Logistics Zones Operator of the Year

LogiPoint wins Logistics Zones Operator of the Year
Published: 20 November 2018 - 6:49 a.m.
By: Logistics Middle East Staff

LogiPoint, the largest bonded and re-export zone in KSA, has won Logistics Zones Operator of the Year 2018 in a ceremony organized by Transport and Logistics Middle East.

The annual awards acknowledge companies for their remarkable performance and innovation within the regional logistics supply chain.

The award recognised LogiPoint’s outstanding record of collaboration and partnership with its stakeholders and of providing the clients with maximum ease of doing business via up-to-date facilities, state-of-the-art warehousing, and customised solutions.

“We are honoured to have received this award as an acknowledgment for the top-notch services provided by our team of qualified professionals,” said Farooq Shaikh, CEO, LogiPoint.

Established 19 years ago, LogiPoint has evolved based on customers’ needs and market dynamics.

The company developed and operates the first and largest bonded and re-export zone at Jeddah Islamic Port, and has multiple new projects on the horizon.

“By introducing Logistics Parks Modon 1 and Logistics Parks-South Jeddah we hope to build on the success of the Bonded and Re-export Zone and develop similarly high quality integrated facilities throughout the Kingdom,” added Shaikh.

"Our team understands the requirements of customer's supply chain and take pride in providing unmatched logistical support at every phase of the chain,” he said. “We commit to continually maintain and improve our standards and challenge ourselves to provide high quality and advanced integrated logistics solutions enabling Saudi Arabia to become a key hub between 3 continents in the global logistics value chain.”

Working in line with Kingdom’s Vision 2030, LogiPoint has been making efforts to introduce international concepts towards logistics efficiency.

Moreover, it is of paramount importance that private logistics companies play their vital role since the sector has multiple responsibilities to fulfil ranging from developing capable and skill-based Saudi workforce, improving gender-diversity by empowering women and deepen collaboration with customs and other regulatory bodies to improve transparency.

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