DHL Global Forwarding to manage Mubadala’s supply chain requirements
Mubadala Development Company, the AbuDhabi-based invesement and development company has entered into a strategic agreement with DHL Global Forwarding for the next five years by which the global logistics specialist would will support globalization and growth as well as deliver value across Mubadala Aerospace assets, their customers as well as Abu Dhabi as a whole, by aligning all logistics related processes efficiently.
"With this new strategic partnership we as DHL can demonstrate our expertise as an innovative lead logistics partner. Our solution enables the end-to-end management of Mubadala's supply chain creating visibility across all assets in scope", describes Claudio Scandella, DHL CEO Middle East & Africa.
Homaid Al Shimmari, Chief Executive Officer, Aerospace & Engineering Services, Mubadala, said: "Mubadala's aerospace and information communications technology companies are operating at the heart of global supply chains, where timely and efficient delivery is critical to ensuring competitiveness. As Abu Dhabi's aerospace cluster develops at the Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park, with new companies being established with our global OEM partners as well as the expansion of our current businesses, a robust supply chain supported by DHL, will be an essential part of future success."
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