Mwani Qatar relocates HQ to Hamad Port
July 05 2017 10:48 PM
The new headquarters of Mwani Qatar
The new headquarters of Mwani Qatar


Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) has announced that it has completed the relocation of all its departments to the new headquarters at Hamad Port in Umm Al Houl.

This is in line with Mwani Qatar’s strategy aimed at consolidating its position as a leading integrated port and logistics services provider, according to a press statement.
The new headquarters is equipped with “state-of-the-art technology that will ensure the highest levels of efficiency, safety and customer services”. It will support the company's objectives that seek to improve productivity, performance and operations, particularly at Hamad Port - Qatar’s gateway to world trade, the statement notes.

* Qatari shareholding company established in 2009
* Mwani Qatar manages seaports, quays, dry ports, container and other terminals, including cruise and passengers
* Provides navigation assistance and pilotage, towage as well as Aids to Navigation in addition to loading/unloading and handling and storage of cargoes in all forms.

Hamad Port is one of the most important ports managed by Mwani Qatar, which also includes Doha Port and Al Ruwais Port.
“With these three ports, Mwani Qatar plays a pivotal role in achieving the objectives of Qatar National Vision 2030 by supporting economic diversification, domestic market stability and the implementation of the State’s development plans, through ensuring the smooth handling of imports and exports and related supplies for both ongoing and future projects,” the statement added.
In addition, Mwani Qatar is promoting the plans aimed at transforming Qatar into a regional trading hub in the region through investing in the infrastructure of ports, modern technology and adopting best practices in its operations. The company’s efforts will help enhance the non-oil sector contribution in the state’s GDP, trade between Qatar and the world, as well as supporting the competitiveness of local industries, which will make Qatar more flexible in the face of changes in the global economic environment.

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