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VIDEO: LogiPoint aims to be key supply chain hub in KSA
LogiPoint is leveraging its leading logistics infrastructure in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to take advantage of the country's rising dominance in the regional supply chain industry.
REPORT: Saudi Arabia the sleeping logistics giant
Saudi Arabia is poised to become the dominant logistics market in the region, with Saudi Vision 2030 objectives that will see the domestic air, port, road and rail infrastructure transformed.
LogiPoint brings international concepts in logistics efficiency to KSA
An ever-expanding team of industry experts and specialists all supported by a world class IT infrastructure, and all under-pinned by a commitment to growth and innovation.
Saudi Arabia will spend AED97-billion revamping logistics and industry
Saudi Arabia reveals AED97-billion plan to wean country off oil and petrochem through logistics and industrialisation.
Aramex aquires Saudi TAL for US $80-million in KSA expansion
Bashar Obeid, Chief Executive Officer of Aramex, said the acquisition would support the logistics company’s growth ambitions in Saudi Arabia.
New e-com platform noon.com hiring Saudi nationals for last mile delivery
The online retailer has already developed proprietary technology that allows it to collect and deliver shipments more easily, and will soon be hiring more Saudi Arabian nationals for its last mile operations.
UPS Worldwide Express package service expanded to include UAE and KSA
UPS says the new service in the UAE and Saudi Arabia will be particularly well-suited to e-commerce logistics.
Mammoet Middle East expands its crane fleet
Mammoet has added 35 telescopic and crawler cranes to its existing fleet in the Middle East to meet strong market demand and support its aim to grow the company’s crane rental services.
Rumours that eBay is looking to buy Wadi.com for US $150-million
The US e-commerce giant eBay.com may be looking to follow Amazon into the Middle East’s online retail market if rumours on Twitter are to be believed.
Saudi Arabia will privatise its airports from 2016
The Saudi government is looking to diversify its income sources amid declining oil prices.
FOCUS: Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Int'l Airport
The 400ha airport is the first in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to be constructed and operated entirely by the private sector.
REPORT: Building a highway through the Empty Quarter
Hadi Khatib finds out why KSA-based contractor Al-Rosan Company purchased 95 new Volvo CE machines from FAMCO

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