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SAL appoints Hesham bin Abdulla Alhussayen as acting CEO

Posted 29 June 2021 · Add Comment

SAL Saudi Logistics Services (SAL), a air cargo handler, has appointed Hesham bin Abdulla Alhussayen as acting chief executive officer (CEO) replacing Omar Hariri, who will move on to Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) in the role of CEO effective July 1.

 

SAL appoints Hesham bin Abdulla Alhussayen as Acting CEO.  Image: SAL Saudi Logistics Services

Fawaz bin Mohammed Al Fawaz, Chairman of SAL, said: “Hesham Alhussayen has gained the trust of the Board throughout his time as SAL’s Chief Operations Officer (COO) and has over 25 years of experience holding leadership positions at multiple prominent Saudi companies. We see huge possibilities to expand the business and deliver on our strategy. This transitional period SAL will not affect our operations at all and will serve as a new opportunity to enhance SAL’s logistics services at all of the Kingdom’s main airports. We are confident Hesham and his team will continue to deliver exceptional results and reach new milestones.”

 

He added: “I would also like to express our gratitude to Omar Hariri for his achievements during his tenure as CEO of SAL. Under his leadership, SAL became an independent joint stock cargo ground handling company carved out from Saudi Airlines Cargo Company which resulted in higher quality and more efficient services. Moreover, Omar led SAL through the major challenges that arose during the early stages of the pandemic by positioning SAL as the logistics services arm of the Kingdom.”

 

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