DHL's Nour Suliman tops Middle East power list
Logistics Middle East magazine has named Nour Suliman as the most influential 3PL executive in the Middle East.
The DHL Express MENA CEO secured the lead in this year’s Logistics Middle East Power 3PL Power list for the second consecutive year, in the face of stiff compeition from industry leaders throughout the region.
Hussein Hachem, CEO of Aramex, was ranked second on the list, while David Ross, senior vice president of FedEx Middle East, Africa and India, was third.
Speaking exclusively to Logistics Middle East, Suliman commented: “Receiving this prestigious accolade for the second year running is a testament to the amazing team we have on board and I am thrilled about all our achievements so far.
"This year has been absolutely fantastic and certainly one of the best and most exciting years yet for DHL Express; from opening two new state of the art facilities in the Middle East, to being named the region’s top employer for the second year in a row and recognized as one of the best places to work, it has certainly been a great year so far.
"Over the next few years we intend to continue to maintain our position as the world’s leading logistics company as we work on investing even more in our network, our people and in continuing to deliver the excellent service we pledge to our customers.”
Others in the top ten included Peter Richards (group managing durector of Gulftainer), Mark Pell (managing director of TNT Express in the Middle East and Africa), Syed Mustafa (CEO of Almajdouie Logistics), Tarek Sultan (CEO and vice chairman of Agility), Lars Bergstrom (group VP - ME, GAC), Raman Kumar (acting MD of Al Futtaim Logistics) and Madhave Kurup (Middle East & North Africa CEO of Hellman WorldWide Logistics).