ASYAD GROUP JOINS WORLD LEADERS AT REUTERS NEXT AS A TRADE PARTNER TO SHAPE A ROBUST FUTURE FOR LOGISTICS
- Asyad Group joins Reuters NEXT global leadership summit as a Trade Partner
- Asyad Group will discuss with S&P 500 companies and major global players how to overcome today’s challenges
- The international event gathers world leaders and decision makers to draw future outlooks
- Asyad Group CEO will share insights to enable a robust global logistics sector
As a Trade Partner of the global event, Asyad Group will take part in the highly anticipated Reuters NEXT global leadership summit to be held on November 30 and January 1, 2022, in New York.
Asyad Group’s participation comes in line with Group’s strategy to cement the Sultanate’s strategic position, stability and rapidly developing industrial base to boost the contribution of logistics to the world’s macroeconomic scene.
The elite global forum gathers world leaders, business powerhouses and S&P 500 executives to discuss the crucial challenges facing the global economy and a range of international concerns, from sustainability to energy and technology.
Asyad Group participates in this event, not only as a key sponsor and Trade Partner, but as a globally trusted logistics player that has successfully navigated the unprecedented economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to grow despite the disruptions and emerging threats to the global supply chain.
In a panel session titled “Leadership Through Seismic Global Instability”, scheduled on November 30, Asyad Group CEO, Abdulrahman Al-Hatmi shares his insights with fellow business juggernauts and top executives on strategies to develop and improve today’s global supply chain landscape. The Group CEO will also highlight Oman’s position as a safe haven for businesses and global trade players looking for stability amid geopolitical uncertainties and a deepening energy crisis.
As a responsible actor in global logistics, Asyad Group will provide input on the direction that can shape a more resilient and sustainable sector worldwide capable of steering global trade towards a robust model. The Group, represented by Al-Hatmi, will also draw on its extensive experience and innovative integrated solutions to explore how a more sustainable logistics sector can be an anchor of stability, specifically in Oman and the GCC region.
Meanwhile, Asyad Group’s Chief Financial Officer, Muhsin Al Rustom will also join business tycoons in a lively discussion on investment opportunities in Oman’s logistics sector. Asyad’s top finance executive will explain how the Group is meeting global investments through global connectivity, world-class infrastructure and incentives and will shed the light on the Group’s approach to actively expand its operations while navigating the emerging challenges of the logistics sector.
Asyad Group takes the global stage today as a major market player that has successfully leveraged its world-class assets and advanced capabilities to expand its reach and explore the biggest world markets accessible from Oman as a leading global logistics hub.
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