VIDEO: Takhzeen Logistics launches first Dubai warehouse

Takhzeen Logistics Company (TLC) has launched its first logistics facility in the UAE as part of the company’s regional expansion plan to connect GCC markets.
AlMuthana Al Kaid, executive director & board member, Takhzeen Logistics Company.
AlMuthana Al Kaid, executive director & board member, Takhzeen Logistics Company.

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Takhzeen Logistics Company (TLC) has launched its first logistics facility in the UAE as part of the company’s regional expansion plan to connect GCC markets.

The temperature controlled warehouse is 6,000sqm with a capacity of 8,500 pallet positions. It is intended to help TLC provide its customers with seamless and integrated 3rd party logistics solutions.

According to a statement from the company, “The aim is to fluidify the connection of UAE and KSA markets facilitated through a remarkable fleet of reefer and ambient trucks along with specialized Customs Clearance Agents at borders.”

The warehouse has been developed and paid for by Takhzeen Logistics, but will be operated by Integral DMCC.

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“Our unwavering commitment to provide our customers with professional and modern logistics services, applying the latest specifications of sorting, transportation and supply had given us a prominent position in the competitive Logistics industry,” said AlMuthana Al Kaid, executive director & board member, Takhzeen Logistics Company.

“We always strive to create value for all our stakeholders and for the communities we operate in, and we are proud to be launching TLC Dubai to connect the KSA and UAE markets and cater to a wide range of industry stakeholders,” he added.

“We, along with our 4PL business partner, Integral DMCC, are committed to continuously improve our business processes in order not only to meet but exceed the expectations of our existing and potential customers,” he said.

Services off­ered by TLC Dubai include but are not limited to warehousing, value added services, customs clearance, cross docking/shipments consolidation and transport by road within the region.

See video below for interview with Margareta AbuRas, managing director, Integral DMCC.

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