Rumaih bin Mohammed Al-Rumaih, The chairman of Saudi Arabia’s Public Transport Authority, declared the kingdom’s plans to develop seven logistics zones in the eastern Al Sharqia Province as part of its strategy to grow a global logistics hub.
Al-Rumaih emphasised the significance of evolving regulations, automating systems and promoting collaboration between the public and the private sectors.
He said that “The national strategy paves the way for a promising future with mega projects and ambitious goals that will further consolidate the Kingdom’s position as a global logistics hub,”
And he stated that the plan intends to improve the logistics sector’s supplement to national growth from 6% to 10%.
Saudi Arabia’s Undersecretary for Logistics Services at the Ministry of Transport and Logistics, Louay Mashabi said Saudi Arabia’s logistics sector aims to reposition itself as a key player in the global market.
Mashabi figured that 30 international and local companies expressed their willingness to work in the customs clearance, warehouse management and transportation sectors.