Uber says it launched the feature in response to the feedback received from women drivers in Saudi Arabia, who overwhelmingly only want to transport female passengers.
With the support from Jeddah Islamic Port and Saudi Customs Authority, and working closely with the client and their suppliers, LogiPoint CBG has cut down transhipment times by 30%.
SWCC is a Saudi Government Corporation responsible for the desalination of seawater, producing electric power, and supplying various regions in the Kingdom with desalinated water.
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.
The kingdom is one of a number of countries around the world, including the United Arab Emirates and India, which are looking to embrace Hyperloop technology.
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.
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 roadmap to a more diversified economy in the future includes development plans to reduce average customs times across all Saudi ports from 14 days to 24 hours.
Per, a Danish national, took up his new position in Jeddah in March. He joins Saudia Cargo after having spent the past 25 years in various roles in the air cargo- and logistics industry.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Saudi Arabia Logistics Industry—Growth Insights, Forecast through 2024, analyses the key developments and trends related to economy and trade and the freight transportation, logistics, and warehousing sectors in Saudi Arabia.
Brexit, trade wars, an economic slowdown in China and humanitarian crises on the regional doorstep – despite these headwinds, Amadou Diallo, DHL Global Forwarding CEO for the Middle East & Africa, isn’t worried.
According to media reports, Saudi Arabia has floated a tender to build a new dry port and logistic zone, as well as a King Abdullah Port railway
Within the UAE, the 605-kilometre-project will extend from the borders of Saudi Arabia all the way to Fujairah and the northern emirates
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