This MoU will enhance ADNEC's service offering to exhibitors and event organisers with a full range of logistics and freight forwarding services.
Agility is one of the largest integrated logistics providers in the world with more than 20,000 employees and operations in 100 countries. Under the MoU, ADNEC and Agility will establish long-term, mutually beneficial cooperation with the aim of providing ADNEC customers with world leading logistics solutions.
Commenting on the agreement, Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Acting Group CEO at ADNEC said: "ADNEC is committed to providing its customers with the highest quality services across its facilities. Delivering on this commitment, we have partnered with Agility to ensure the seamless provision of highly efficient and cost-effective logistics solutions to exhibitors and organisers. Additionally, this partnership will boost the leading status of Abu Dhabi as a global exhibitions and conferences hub."
He added: "The collaboration with Agility will enhance the experience of our customers through providing them with faster and convenient logistics services to the highest quality standards. This will significantly improve their operational and cost efficiencies, while further boosting their competitive edge."
Elias Monem, CEO at Agility Global Integrated Logistics said, "The strategic partnership agreement with ADNEC will further strengthen Agility's position as a market leader within the fairs and events sector, allowing us to provide highly sophisticated logistics solutions to the ADNEC customers. At Agility, we offer a wide range of supply chain solutions to meet both traditional and complex customer needs. Our offerings include air, ocean and road freight forwarding, warehousing, distribution, and specialised services for fairs and events."
ADNEC offers 133,000 sq. m. of inter-connected floor space to match the expectations of a wide variety of events and exhibitions. Equipped with modern facilities and built to international standards, the venue attracted 1.6 million people across 327 events in 2014.