Dubai, March 15, 2015 – Milaha Maritime & Logistics, a subsidiary of Milaha focusing on integrated transport and supply chain solutions in the GCC, has announced its participation in The Cargo Show MENA 2015 which will be held on March 17 and 18, 2015 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center. During the show, Milaha Maritime & Logistics (MML), one of the Silver Sponsors of the MENA region’s biggest logistics and transport infrastructure show, will meet potential regional and international buyers and suppliers.
The Cargo Show MENA 2015 offers an excellent platform for MML and its parent, Milaha, to network with the leading companies and organizations from the global logistics and supply chain industry and build key partnerships. The event’s innovative formats such as interactive sessions, peer-to-peer sessions, and interviews will be an opportunity for the company to educate cargo owners and movers about the company’s diverse activities. In addition, MML’s Vice President for Logistics, Paul Virgo, will give a 30-minute presentation on ‘Key Market Factors Impacting Supply Chain in the Middle East.’
Commenting on Milaha’s participation in The Cargo Show MENA 2015, Mr. Khalifa Ali Al-Hetmi, President and CEO of Milaha said: “The Middle East’s cargo industry has emerged as the fastest in the world across all segments, including air, sea, and land. The flourishing regional economies have raised the need for quality logistics and transport solutions and Milaha is keen to address its customers’ demands in a safe, environmentally- friendly and reliable manner. We are participating in The Cargo Show MENA 2015 to mark the debut of our new products and services, gain insights on the latest industry trends, and network with business leaders, decision makers, and potential clients.”
The Cargo Show MENA 2015 will be held in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Public Works and the National Transport Authority. The event is being organized to improve efficiency and strategic supply chain management of cargo owners and movers.