Wilhelmsen Ships Wins Alcatel-Lucent Contract

Monday, November 02, 2009
Wilhelmsen Ships Service Staff at the Alcatel Warehouse (Photo courtesy Wilhelmsen Ships Service)

Wilhelmsen Ships Service Saudi Arabia has been awarded a three year warehousing and logistics contract in Dammam by Alcatel Lucent Technologies. The contract is expected to further the ongoing development of the business relationship between Wilhelmsen Ships Services and Alcatel-Lucent across the Gulf region.

“This logistics contract with Alcatel-Lucent will serve to raise the market awareness in Saudi Arabia of Wilhelmsen Ships Service as a quality logistics service provider” says Russell Dinwoodie of Wilhelmsen Ships Service Dammam.

The Saudi Arabian market is core to the development of business in the Middle East for Wilhelmsen Ships Service.  The company is already involved in a number of major infrastructure projects there. Wilhelmsen Ships Services include marine products, technical services, ships agency and maritime logistics.

(www.wilhelmsen.com/shipsservice)

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