Gulf Warehousing Company Silver Sponsor of the Qatar International Exhibition & Conference for Transport and Logistics- 2nd Edition
Gulf Warehousing Company (GWC), Qatar’s leading asset-based logistics company has, signed an agreement for the silver sponsorship of the Qatar International Exhibition & Conference for Transport and Logistics, 2nd Edition, which will be held between November 26 and November 28, 2013 under the patronage of His Excellency the Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al Thani.
Under this agreement, GWC is the official freight forwarder and on-site handlers. GWC is committed to provide the best logistics services for this event.
Mr. Ranjeev Menon, Group CEO said that GWC’s sponsorship of the Qatar International Exhibition & Conference for Transport and Logistics- 2nd Edition Trans4 is in fulfillment of its firm belief in the value offered by such specialized exhibitions to the Qatari economy in general, and the various firms operating in the field of logistics “such as our company, which seeks to delight customers by offering a range of services.”
Mr. Ali Abdul Latif Al Misnad expressed his delight with the support extended by GWC to the Qatar International Exhibition & Conference for Transport and Logistics- 2nd Edition Trans4, which he said was part of the core competence of the company and its activities.
The CEO of Al Baida went on to say that Trans4 is the ideal place to learn about the latest technological developments in logistics, especially since the competitiveness of many countries today is measured by the readiness of their logistical infrastructure, and their ability to diversify their supply to attract major international companies. Misnad pointed out that investment decisions in multinational companies give priority to areas that have developed logistical hubs.
Misnad then explained that among the issues the Trans4 conference will address will be those related to the logistics sector, and their huge influence on pushing forward economic activity, stressing in this vein that Qatar, with the opening of the new port in Mesaieed, will make a major stride in this area and improve its competiveness worldwide, and consequently its ability to attract investment.