Gulf Warehousing Company (GWC), the leading domestic logistics provider, has inked a pact with Bridgestone Aircraft Tire Europe, to handle all the supply chain management requirements for the latter in Qatar for five years.
The agreement is expected to handle the movement of over 10,000 aircraft tyres a year as they work their way through the entire supply chain, starting with freight, customs clearance, transport, warehousing, and last mile delivery, offering door-to-door services.
The signing ceremony was held virtually between Bridgestone Aircraft Tire Europe chief executive Michael Codron and GWC Group chief executive Ranjeev Menon in the presence of top officials from both the companies.
“We are very proud to sign with Bridgestone, and we thank them for their trust and confidence in GWC to carry out this vital stage in the product life cycle,” said Menon.
GWC is a leader in supply chain solutions including warehousing, freight forwarding, commercial, fine art, and event logistics services, among others, and was recently announced as the first regional supporter and official logistics provider for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
"With this agreement, we are sure to enhance the speed of delivery and efficiency of operations for both Bridgestone and our end customers in Qatar,” Codron said.
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