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Who should be in the Middle East logistics hall of fameby Ahmad Lala on Jan 20, 2013
Each year at the annual Supply Chain and Transport Awards, a leading figurehead from the Middle East Logistics industry is honoured by being inducted into the hall of fame.
The winner is someone who has continued to make a strong and valued contribution to the industry’s growth over the years, while raising the benchmark for excellence.
The past winners of this prestigious award are: Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem (2009), Fathi H. Buhazza – Maximus Air (2010), Hamdi Osman - FedEx (2011) and Ram Menen – Emirates SkyCargo (2012).
Who do you think should be this year’s inductee? Please provide your views here.
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