Muscat: Forbes Middle East unveiled the list of the most powerful CEOs in the Middle East 2021, which includes 100 CEOs leading the largest economic institutions in the region.
In a post by the Asyad Group on Twitter said that Eng. Abdul Rahman Al Hatami, CEO of Asyad Group, is ranked 15th as the 100 best CEO in the Middle East for 2021.
The Sultanate of Oman aims to become one of the ten largest logistics centers in the world by 2040. In an exclusive interview with Forbes Middle East, Abdul Rahman Al Hatami, CEO of the Oman Group for Logistics (ASYAD), reveals the group’s plans to achieve this goal despite the challenges.
Al Hatami is a mechanical engineer with years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He oversaw the inception of ASYAD and the development of Oman’s National Logistics Strategy 2040, which aims to put the Sultanate amongst the world’s top ten logistics hubs. He also established the transport firm Oman Rail, which manages the rail project in the country. The ASYAD Group is comprised of Oman’s three largest deep ports and three free zones, connecting Oman’s ports with 86 counterparts around the world. In 2020, these ports handled about 54million tons of general cargo and 18.4 million tongs of liquid bulk, a 3.4% rise compared to 2019, reports forbes-middleeast
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