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SAL signs global logistics support agreement with CARS

SAL Saudi Logistics Services (SAL) has signed an agreement with Classic Automotive Relocation Services (CARS) to provide comprehensive logistics support for all its car shipments passing through the Kingdom’s main airports, land ports & seaports, including Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and Medina.

The companies agreed to collaborate on all logistics services on a comprehensive scale, including first-mile, last mile, custom clearances, warehousing, and end-to-end services, as well as other bespoke solutions for different shipments. Their agreement covers shipments both within and outside of KSA.

Facilitated by its own offices in the UK, Amsterdam, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Dubai, and Tokyo and via a network of specialist global agents, CARS offer a specialised worldwide car transportation service by Air, Sea and Land.

Hesham Alhussayen, CEO of SAL, commented: “We are extremely delighted to forge this agreement with CARS, known worldwide for safely transporting rare and high-value vehicles. This not only reflects our growing network of partnerships across a broad spectrum of international businesses, but as well the trust in our brand. SAL has highly-skilled people to handle this delicate task, the experience and the infrastructure in providing the best logistics and ground-handling services to the highest international standards.”

CARS Managing Partner James McSweeney commented: “We are extremely honored to form this partnership with SAL. SAL is a forward-thinking company with plans to deliver a first-class product in the high-end automotive sector and with CARS expertise and SAL’s vision we are very confident to deliver a successful and long-term partnership between our companies for the mutual benefit of our regional and global customers.”

SAL provides premium cargo chain support for multiple airlines operating into and out of Saudi Arabia’s airports. It is also broadening its services within airports and will extend its logistics network to increase connectivity between sea, air, and land, in line with the Vision 2030 objective of transforming the Kingdom into a global logistics hub. 

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