DHL and Gulf Air signs Memorandum of Understanding at the Kingdom of Bahrain

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LONDON – The national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Gulf Air, and the world’s leading logistic player, DHL, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore opportunities for commercial, technical, and cargo collaboration.

Today, the management executives from Gulf Air and DHL have signed the MoU in presence of Captain Waleed AlAlawi, Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Air, and Mr. Nour Suliman, Chief Executive Officer of DHL Express MENA region.

The ceremony was held at Gulf Air’s headquarters in Bahrain.

On this occasion, Captain Waleed AlAlawi, Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Air expressed that, “we are always keen to explore ways to enhance our commercial partnership, and to get involved in every related sector of the aviation industry.”

“Logistics is an integral part of our day-to-day operations, and we are extremely impressed with services provided by DHL. We look forward to embarking on mutually fruitful relations with this world-renowned courier.”

Mr. Suliman from DHL Express also shared his views by saying, “The aviation industry has its eyes set on recovery following the difficult year we had in 2020. The airways are opening up as COVID-19 restrictions gradually ease.”

“With this in mind, we are delighted to sign this Memorandum of Understanding with Gulf Air to set the stage for logistic services between Gulf Air and DHL and enhance our relations with one of the favorite airlines in the region.”

DHL has its wings spread across 220 countries and territories with more than 400,000 staff forces.

DHL has been the backbone of the emerging markets and economies as it provides world-class logistics solutions connecting different regions and markets across the globe.

DHL delivers around 1.614 billion parcels each year around its network operations.

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