Milaha, Qatar’s leading maritime transport and logistics conglomerate, is showcasing its integrated transport, logistics and supply chain solutions at the Infra Oman Exhibition 2019, one of the leading construction and infrastructure expos in the Middle East.
The three-day event kicked off on Monday at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre and also hosts the Gulf Supply Chain Logistics and Conference.
Milaha, a diamond sponsor, will shed light on its contribution to major infrastructure development projects at the event, where more than 6,000 visitors and 240 exhibitors from around the world are expected to exchange expertise and knowledge and explore business opportunities across various industries.
"This large event offers an excellent platform for Milaha to demonstrate its position as a leading provider of integrated supply chain solutions and contributor to the development of port infrastructure and transport logistics in Qatar and the region," said Milaha president and chief executive Abdulrahman Essa al-Mannai.
Over the past few years, Milaha has revamped a number of its facilities and introduced unique services to support Qatar’s supply chain connectivity, while expanding its operations into new emerging, high-growth markets.
After the inauguration of its Logistics City in Doha in 2018, an event that marked the company’s entry into cold chain solutions, Milaha kick-started plans to upgrade its shipyard facilities, in preparation for the roll out of new services across the region.
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