QIG Marine Services, a subsidiary of Qatari Investors Group (QIG), has been awarded by AlMannai Plus Events, the organiser of Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS) for being the official forwarding partner in a closing ceremony held recently at The Pearl-Qatar.
The QIBS, which was inaugurated by HE the Minister of Commerce and Industry Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari, is the only annual exhibition held in Qatar that showcases the best luxury yachts designed with international craftsmanship, along with boats, dhows, and all marine equipment and accessories. It provides a global platform for major brands to showcase their latest products to potential customers from Qatar, the Middle East, and around the world.
The award was received by Capt Mohamed Ali Abdelrahim, executive director of QIG Marine Services, who said, “We are thrilled to have received this recognition from QIBS, and we look forward to continuing this partnership to achieve our shared goals.
“The success we have achieved and the award we have won would not have been possible without the outstanding dedication, commitment and hard work of the whole team.”
QIG Marine Services is one of Qatar’s most experienced marine and logistics services provider recognised for providing high standard of service in full compliance with the industry best practices. Backed by over 20 years of experience in the shipping and forwarding industry, QIG Marine Services offers a one-stop-solution meeting its client’s supply-chain requirements.
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