Welcome to day four of the 2011 edition of Logistics Middle East’s Power 25 List – a detailed ranking of the region’s most influential executives from the warehousing and transportation sector.
Today, we bring you numbers 10-6 on the list.
10. Syed Mustafa, CEO, Almajdouie Logistics World
With the logistics sector increasing its focus on the Saudi Arabian market, it makes sense that Syed Mustafa heads the list of entrants from the Kingdom in this year’s power list. As chief executive officer of Almajdouie Logistics World, Mustafa has helped to pioneer the concept of outsourced logistics in Saudi Arabia, with major breakthroughs being achieved in recent years.
As a result, the growth of Almajdouie Logistics World’s various operations has outperformed some of the biggest players in the industry, especially with ventures such as Almajdouie Logistics and Distribution (MLD), Almajdouie PSC Heavy Lift Company (MPSC) and Almajdouie Heavylift Transport and Engineering (MHL). With over 37 years of experience in supply chain management, Mustafa is also a member of leading associations such as the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).