VIDEO: Wail A. Al Jaafari says ASMO will help answer world’s growing supply chain needs

Aramco, DHL new joint venture is expected to accelerate growth across the industrial sector of the Kingdom and the MENA region.

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ASMO Incorporation Event

Wail A. Al Jaafari, executive vice president of Technical Services at Aramco


We are launching a company with an ambitious vision to become a market leader in the MENA region. 


ASMO can offer world-class end-to-end supply chain services, creating value for customers while enhancing the resilience of their supply chain.


Aramco has embarked on this join venture not only to advance its economic interests, but also to help accelerate growth across the industrial sector of Saudi Arabia and the MENA region, and support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 of becoming a global logistics hub.


The world is increasingly worried about supply shortages, logistics disruptions, and rising costs.


Combined with rapid economic growth in the Kingdom, the demand for a company like this is rising.


The Kingdom’s place at the crossroads of the world ideally positions us to become a global logistics hub.


Aramco is also a leader in Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, and our aspiration is for ASMO to follow that lead. The digitalization of customers’ supply chains will be accelerated with state-of-the-art technologies expected to boost productivity. 


To our potential customers, I say that this new company will help you do business better.


We will look back on this day as an important milestone, not only for Aramco and for DHL, but for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region.


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