Globe Express Services opens second office in Lebanon at Beirut Airport’s MEA Cargo Centre
Strategic expansion move complements country’s robust logistics industry
December 07, 2016, Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Globe Express Services has recently opened its second office in Lebanon at the Middle East Airlines (MEA) Cargo Centre, a dedicated import and export facility within the Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport. The highly strategic move comes in line with its expansion plans in the country to address its rapidly growing logistics sector. The new outlet will enable GES to remain ahead of the competition at a time when cost-efficient express services which involves definite door-to-door service at a highly economical price is the game changer.
With its clear vision and strategic growth plans to maintain operations and continue reform plans, the MEA Cargo Centre is the epicentre of the Lebanese economy. The location of GES’s new branch brings it closer to all its stakeholders and partners, enabling it to deliver all air shipments within 24 hours of arrival through the combination of both air and truck freights. Aside from allowing the company to strengthen its position in Lebanon as a leading logistics and express provider, it will be able to serve the countries in the Levant region. Lebanon, through its fast-developing logistics infrastructure, can be an excellent gateway to cater the neighbouring region through land transport with Beirut as the mini-hub.
Mustapha Kawam, President and CEO, Globe Express Services, said; “As a multinational group operating in the Middle East, Globe Express Services has bolstered its operations in the region while being farsighted for better times. We are gearing up for the economic rebirth of the Levant region and the opening of a second office in Lebanon’s airport is a major step in the right direction.”
Globe Express Services is a full-service, global logistics services provider with a strong presence in Lebanon where it opened its first office at Medawar, Saifi - Pasteur Street in Beirut. It began operations in 1974 and currently serves the global markets through its 57 corporate offices in 20 countries.