Milaha, Qatar’s leading maritime transport and logistics conglomerate, participated in the Qatar Silk Road Exhibition, which showcased the latest technologies currently in use in the shipping, transport and port management industries in Qatar and the region.
The exhibition showcased leading product portfolios and technologies that are shaping international trade services by land, sea and air, providing an ideal platform for Qatar to attract investments and to establish business ties with participants from numerous Silk Road countries.
Milaha, a gold sponsor, showcased its integrated transport, logistics and supply chain solutions and shed light on the major digital transformation the company is undergoing across all its core business operations, with the adoption of cloud solutions to bolster operational efficiency.
"The exhibition offered Milaha the opportunity to highlight its innovation drive, exchange expertise with industry leaders and experts and tap future opportunities to better serve businesses in the region, which will cement Qatar’s position as a regional and international trade hub," said Abdulrahman Essa al-Mannai, Milaha president and chief executive.
Over the past few years, Milaha has revamped a number of its facilities and introduced unique services to support Qatar’s supply chain connectivity with the inauguration of its Logistics City in Doha, while pursuing a major digital transformation across all its core business operations.
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