Erhardt Projects and EROG Holding have created Erhardt Projects for Logistic Services, a joint venture specialising in “Project Cargo Logistics”, to provide a comprehensive and customised response to the heavy and/or oversized cargo transportation needs of its customers and partners in the Saudi Arabian market.
The new Company, based in Al Khobar, one of the main logistics centres in the Persian Gulf, is the result of a joint venture between Erhardt Projects and EROG Holding, and will allow both companies to widen their outtreach by offering a complete portfolio of highly specialised and tailor-made solutions for those customers looking to gain greater efficiency in their Industrial Supply Chains in the Middle East.
Igor Muñiz, CEO of Erhardt Projects stated that “the partnership with EROG Holding, marks a historic milestone for Erhardt, allow us to be present in a key location for project cargo logistics in the coming years, and gives us the opportunity to work together to play a relevant role in connecting the end-to-end supply chain in the Project Cargo Sector in the Region”.
“I feel very proud of the union between EROG Holding and Erhart” Igor Muñiz, added, “a strategic partnership for Project Logistics, a key sector in the development of infrastructure and the economy in Saudi Arabia, which also has the support of our customers, who daily encourage to undertake new logistics challenges that add real value to their businesses”.
For his part, Mohammed Abduldayem, CEO of Erog Holding, said that “the long-term agreement with Erhardt fits our vision to act as a single source of supply to attend to the needs of the oil and gas industry in Saudi Arabia, through specialised and integrated services”.
“Erhardt’s experience, together with our knowledge of the Middle East market and the collective strengths of both companies, provide us with the confidence to face the challenge of offering new and improved services within our commitment to our country’s Vision 2030, who seeks economic diversification, self-sufficiency and sustainability” concludes Mohammed Abduldayem.