Dar Al Sharq to host 2nd Supply Chain Management Conference
Under the patronage of Minister of Transport H E Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti, Dar Al Sharq will organise the 2nd Supply Chain Management Conference today at Holiday Inn.
The opening ceremony will be addressed by Assistant Undersecretary of Maritime Transport Affairs at the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC), Dr. Saleh bin Fetais Al Marri; Assistant Director General for Government Relations and Committees Affairs, Ali Bu Sherbak Al Mansouri and Executive Vice President of Support Services at Milaha, Saleh Abdulla Alharoon.
The second edition of the conference will be held under the theme ‘International Integration of the Flow of Goods and Services’ that attracted to talk about the General Authority of Customs, Mwani Qatar and Milaha, which are the three sides in the flow of goods into the country, especially during COVID-19 pandemic.
The speakers of the conference include Executive Vice President of Operations at Mwani Qatar, Capt. Abdul Aziz Al Yafei; Head of Operations and Support at the General Authority of Customs (GAC), Bakheet Salem Al Abhaq and a consultant at Milaha, Adnan Albanna.
The second session of the conference will be attended by Khalifa Hassan Al Hayal from the Department of Exemptions and Outstanding Conditions of Fees in the Customs Affairs Department; Commercial Vice President at Milaha, Amer Alkhatib and Professor of Logistics at the Community College of Qatar (CCQ), Dr. Mahmoud Madhoun.
They will discuss the future of supply and supply chains in light of the current data, which range between the current international crises and the rapid development of transport and unloading technology.
According to the organizers, a number of prominent personalities will be present at the conference, led by the assistant undersecretaries in the Ministry of Transportation, in addition to Chairman of the General Authority of Customs (GAC) Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Jamal; President of Milaha, Abdulrahman Essa Al Mannai; CEO of Mwani Qatar, Capt. Abdulla Mohamed Al Khanji and a number of other dignitaries in the field transportation, shipping and communications, in addition to a number of Ambassadors.
Deputy CEO of Dar Al Sharq, Jaber Al Harami, said that the conference, being held at this time, acquires importance in terms of benefiting from the lessons that the country learned in addressing one of the most important sectors in the country, supply chain during crisis of COVID-19 pandemic, and how the public and private sectors overcame this challenge through coordination and integration.