Established more than a decade ago to recognise the excellence championed by the industry, and the advancements achieved by individual companies in various sectors of the supply chain, the awards this year will continue that tradition.
Nominations for the awards are free and highlight the industry players that have contributed most towards the success of the logistics sector in what has been a challenging year.
There are innumerable risk-free benefits to nominating in the Logistics Middle East Awards, often what holds companies back is the unfounded fear of losing
The Logistics Middle East Awards 2018 were held last night at Grosvenor House rewarding 15 of the top logistics and supply chain companies in the Middle East for their contribution to enhancing the industry.
The Logistics Middle East Awards 2018, formerly known as the Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATAs), is the largest awards program of its kind in the Middle East region.
With the nomination deadline for the 2018 Logistics Middle East Awards approaching, we take a look back at the highlights from last year's event.
Nominations are now open for the 2018 edition of the Logistics Middle East Awards, the biggest awards ceremony for the logistics and supply chain sector in the region.
The Logistics Middle East Awards are the biggest awards ceremony for logistics in the region, it’s an opportunity to shine you just can’t miss.
Al Majdouie De Rijke Logistics came out on top in the Bespoke Logistics Project of the Year Award at the Logistics Middle East Awards 2017.
DP World won Supply Chain Hub of the Year at the Logistics Middle East Awards 2017, securing the trophy for its nomination that set out the industry-leading position of Jebel Ali Port & Freezone in the regional logistics industry.
Swiss Watch Group won the trophy for Luxury Supply Chain Management of the Year at the Logistics Middle East Awards 2017.
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