Milaha upbeat on future of Qatar’s transport sectorCompany to participate in Qatar Transport Forum 2015 to understand country’s requirements and explore new business opportunities
Milaha has announced its participation in the 4th Annual Qatar Transport Forum 2015 taking place from September 14 to 16, 2015 at the Sheraton Doha Resort & Convention Hotel in Qatar. To be held under the esteemed patronage of H.E. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, and hosted by the Ministry of Transport, the event will focus on the theme ‘Moving Forward: Providing Business Opportunities and Stimulating Qatar’s Transport Sector.’ It will shed light on projects owned by the government and its affiliated agencies under the umbrella of the Ministry of Transport, including the New Port Project.
As a Silver Sponsor of the 2015 Annual Qatar Transport Forum, Milaha will have an opportunity to gather and share insights into the country’s transport sector, which has witnessed significant acceleration this year. The boom is expected to continue over the coming years, fuelled by significant investment in the sector across all modes of transport. In addition, the event will give Milaha the chance to explore possible business opportunities with prospective local and regional clients, and to highlight its achievements and future strategies.
Mr. Abdulrahman Essa Al-Mannai, President and CEO of Milaha, said: “In light of the massive investments in Qatar, now is a highly opportune time to be part of Qatar’s transport sector. The momentum can be felt across all segments, including land, air and sea with development of rail and road networks, expansion of the airport, and a new seaport. Our participation at the 4th Annual Qatar Transport Forum will enable us to have an overview of the nation’s transport sector and discuss solutions to the challenges faced by the maritime and logistics industry.”
The 2015 Annual Qatar Transport Forum will discuss topics such as financing of transport projects, traffic management, and engineering and modelling. More than 30 industry professionals will deliver valuable insights on Qatar’s transport sector.