ORG Logistics seeks to go global from Dubai base

Dubai-based ORG Logistics, the world's leading shipping company is looking to significantly increase its global footprint.
Mohammed Al Gohary, CEO, ORG Logistics.
Mohammed Al Gohary, CEO, ORG Logistics.

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Dubai-based ORG Logistics, the world's leading shipping company is looking to significantly increase its global footprint.

The company is planning to expand in markets like China, Hong Kong, and Egypt, as its revenues approach AED 400 million.

Established in 2005, ORG specialises in shipping, imports, and exports. Current exports per month are at 1,000 tons to Hong Kong, Europe, and America, while imports are at 900 tons for the same region, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt.

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“Logistics continues to play a major role in helping the region sustain its growth. A significant portion of the world’s cargo moves through the Middle East, and businesses now expect logistic companies to be a one-stop-solution for all their cargo needs,” said Mohammed Al Gohary, CEO, ORG Logistics.

“As market leaders, we have thorough knowledge of how to efficiently help our clients to connect with markets and move their goods globally, while providing them 24/7 support,” he added.

ORG Logistics, part of the multinational group ELGOHARY, calls itself a one-stop-shop for all logistics solutions either international or domestic and is a certified member of WCA World, FIATA, and NAFL offering 24 Hours Service.

ORG says it is the only company in DAFZA that provides services 24/7, and the only logistic company in the freezone that is equipped with an X-ray machine and insurance covered warehouse, which is designed to inspect goods and adhered the highest standard of safety with the approval of FANR (Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulations).

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