Centre Point Logistics, Gefco in strategic deal
Dubai, October 30, 2013
Dubai-based Centre Point Logistics (CPL) has signed an agreement with logistics firm Gefco Middle East to further support Gefco with the provision of logistics services in Dubai.
The agreement was signed by CPL Chairman, Saleh Saeed Lootah and Stefano Pollotti, country manager, Gefco Middle East.
This will enable Gefco to provide their multi-national customers with world-class services in the Middle East region.
This agreement, as a part of the ‘Open Architecture Model’ will enable Gefco to benefit from utilizing CPL’s Hub in Jebel Ali free zone (Jafza) of Dubai, which is strategically located to serve the needs of growing trade, store, export and transportation of goods by Gefco in the Middle East.
“We are pleased to have Gefco to join our client base, we are more than keen to support their growth going forward,” said Lootah.
“Gefco’s logistics needs will be supported at our logistics hub in Jafza. With this agreement, we have gone one step ahead in the development of our global network to offer our clients the best in class solutions.”
Present in 150 countries, Gefco, recently opened its first office in Dubai, expanding its presence in the Middle East region and has plans to invest more in the next two years whereas CPL’s 2 million sq ft logistics hub, located at Jebel Ali Free Zone, offers integrated logistics support services.
“We are quite impressed with CPL's, ‘Open Architecture Model’ and hope that this agreement helps us to offer enhanced efficiency to our broad customer base across the automotive sector, at the same time aiming to reduce a huge amount of cost with this strategic solution. We are currently growing in Dubai and further eager to expand our client base with CPL acting as our key to grow,” said Pollotti. – TradeArabia News Service
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