FIFA has announced that GWC, a leading provider of logistics and supply chain solutions in the Middle East and North Africa region, has signed as an Official National Supporter of the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 presented by Alibaba Cloud.
"GWC has been an active logistics provider for some of the biggest international sports events held in Qatar since 2006. The company is backed by a team of committed and innovative experts in the field and supported by state-of-the-art IT systems, process improvement engineers and logistical infrastructure, spreading over 3mn sq m, including the largest self-contained logistics hub in the region, Logistics Village Qatar," a press statement noted.
They will deliver logistics and supply chain services for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019, supporting the "successful implementation of the event".
“We are passionate about being part of the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 as a National Supporter, a role that falls in line with our long history of supporting the nation’s greatest international sporting events and youth, and helping people make success stories,” said GWC Group CEO Ranjeev Menon. “We proudly promote the world-class sporting and logistics infrastructure that we in Qatar are developing.”
“Delivering a FIFA Club World Cup requires a huge amount of planning – and logistics plays a key role in managing that complex operation. We are delighted to welcome GWC as a National Supporter for this event and look forward to adding their local expertise to this event,” added Jean-Francois Pathy, FIFA director of Marketing Services.
The FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Qatar will be played from December 11 to 21 at three venues in Qatar. The full match schedule can be found at FIFA.com.
Fans hoping to witness the action live can apply for tickets exclusively via FIFA.com/tickets
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