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December 2014

GWC to Develop Bu Sulba Logistics Hub QAR 685 Million

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Gulf Warehousing Company Q.S.C. (GWC) has been awarded the contract to develop the Bu Sulba Logistics Hub, which aims to serve small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the State of Qatar.

The Bu Sulba logistics hub will be self-contained facility built on 517,376 sqm with planned built-up area exceeding 40% of the total area. Approximately 194 warehousing units of different specs optimized for SMEs, container yard, staff accommodation, a mosque, first-aid unit and commercial and other amenities.

The Bu Sulba site is expected to provide its services to the Food and FMCG general goods sector, with distribution mainly catering to the needs of South to Central Doha stretching up to Gharaffa as well as in Wakra. The company’s experience in offering cold chain storage and transport solutions, among their many other areas of strength, will directly serve the needs of the specific SMEs that will be established at the site.

“GWC considers itself a partner to the nation in regards to providing Class A logistics infrastructure and solutions,” stated GWC Chairman Sheikh Abdulla bin Fahad bin Jassem bin Jabor Al-Thani. “A stronger and more diversified economy supported by the creation and development of SMEs requires the best in logistics solutions. GWC aims to do its part by completing the development of the Bu Sulba project within the stipulated time frame to accomplish this task thereby helping these SMEs get on their feet as soon as possible.”

GWC has delivered a long track record of developing and managing bespoke logistics hubs in several strategic and dynamic locations in Qatar, including the Logistics Village Qatar, Ras Laffan Logistics Hub, Messaieed Logistics Hub, and others in the Doha Industrial Area.

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