Cargo equipment specialists ALS and Goldhofer join forces with Dubai office

Germany-based cargo equipment specialist Goldhofer Airport Technology has opened a sales and service center in Dubai in collaboration with cargo handling supplier ALS Logistic Solutions.
The decision is based on a long-term relationship between the two companies and in response to increased demand for internal airport logistics in the Middle East and Africa region.
In cooperation with ALS, Goldhofer is set to “strengthen significantly” both its presence in the Middle East and Africa region, and its marketing activities for its portfolio of ground support equipment (GSE) vehicles and services.
The new sales and service center will be located in Jumeirah Lake Towers in Dubai.
The new facility will be managed by Roger Saadé, a long-standing area sales manager for the region, who said: “Our new representative office will enable us to provide customers with more intensive local support and also to recruit new business partners for Goldhofer.”
The sales team will be strengthened by the appointment of Jouliana Abou Manneh as support engineer.
Management of customer service and the creation and organization of a dedicated Goldhofer parts store has been entrusted to Philipp Berger, a long-term Goldhofer employee and expert in GSE.
ALS Logistic Solutions managing director Walid Khoury said that a recently established logistics warehouse in Dubai “allows attending Gulf Cooperation Council clients at the maximum speed.”

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