Kanoo Logistics appoints Al Manea as CEO

Yousif Khalifa Al Manea is a proven senior executive and a capable leader

  
Container ship in import export and business logistic. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Container ship in import export and business logistic. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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Kanoo Logistics, a fully owned business division of Yusuf bin Ahmed Kanoo Group (YBA Kanoo) and a reputable regional freight forwarding company has appointed Yousif Khalifa Al Manea as Division Chief Executive Officer.
 
Al Manea will be responsible for maintaining Kanoo Logistics’ position as a leader in its field in the region and will implement strategies to enhance its global presence.
 
An Industrial Engineer, who has been with YBA Kanoo in various positions since 2007 and have grown to lead Kanoo Logistics on an acting role for almost a year, Al Manea, has been pivotal in developing and maintaining relationships with major strategic partners. He has also played a role in establishing the Door-to-Door service which Kanoo Logistics is known for.
 
Commenting on the appointment, Fahad Fawzi Kanoo, President of Kanoo Logistics, said: “Al Manea is a proven senior executive and a capable leader. He has done an excellent job over the past years transforming Kanoo Logistics into a modern and trusted freight forwarding enterprise.”
 
Al Manea added: “I would like to thank YBA Kanoo and the Kanoo Family for their trust. It has always been an honor to work with one of the largest family businesses in the region and I hope my team and I will continue modernising and growing the Kanoo Logistics division.”
 
Established over fifty years ago, Kanoo Logistics, known in Bahrain as (Bahrain International Cargo Services) offers global freight forwarding and end-to-end multimodal supply chain solutions to a diverse portfolio including manufacturing, petrochemical, automobile, chemical and FMCG sectors.
 
It is present throughout the GCC and owns facilities in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE (Dubai, Jebel Ali and Abu Dhabi), and Oman.
 
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