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Logistics Middle East 3PL Power List: 10 - 6by Sarah Jacotine on Aug 14, 2014
6 Syed Mustafa
Chief executive officer, Almajdouie Logistics
Syed Mustafa has worked his way up from accountant to CEO of Almajdouie Logistics, having joined the fledgling Almajdouie in 1976. He has led the company on an impressive journey, transforming it from a small transport firm into a regional leader in project logistics and supply chain management.
Mustafa created and implemented a communication system within the group that has played a major role in the success of its logistics, and pioneered a proactive approach to sales at a time when making sales calls in Saudi Arabia was not common practice.
The firm became the first Saudi privately-owned firm to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the ‘Heaviest Item Moved by Road Freight’ in 2012, when it transported an evaporator unit weighing 4891 tonnes from the manufacturer in South Korea to a project site in Saudi Arabia.
This year Almajdouie Logistics celebrated the successful transportation of six evaporators, including what is believed to be the world’s heaviest evaporator, weighing 5,736.8 tonnes (gross weight during transportation), at Saudi’s Yanbu 3 Desalination Project.
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- Logistics Middle East 3PL Power List: 10 - 6
- Introduction: Aviation Business Power List 2011
- UPDATED: Logistics Middle East Power List 2010
- Who holds the power in Middle East logistics?
- Logistics ME Power List: No 01 Fadi Ghandour
- Logistics ME Power List: No 02 Elias Monem
- Logistics ME Power List: No 03 Bill Hill
- Logistics ME Power List: No 04 Garry Kemp
- Logistics ME Power List: No 05 Hamdi Osman
- Logistics ME Power List: No 06: Enver Moretti