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NAFL commits to develop digital platform for sustainable logistics

Committing to address the current disruptions in the logistics sector to build resilient and sustainable supply chains, the FIATA RAME (Region Africa Middle East) Field Meeting and Conference 2024 ended in Dubai, Nadia Abdul Aziz, President, NAFL, said.

“The meeting identified key areas of improvement in the regional logistics sector. One of our focus areas is harnessing the opportunities offered by digitalisation, particularly in the private sector, which includes many of our members,” she averred, thanking the participants.

Held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Sheikh Ahmed Saeed Al Maktoum, Honorary Patron, NAFL, an important outcome was the signing of a MoU between the National Association of Freight & Logistics (NAFL) and Kale Logistics.

The partnership will focus on developing digital solutions to streamline processes and data analytics to facilitate trade. “Our partnership with Kale Logistics will help private sector players to streamline processes through digitalisation, measure sustainability data and simplify business processes,” Nadia Abdul Aziz said.

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