AAB division holds customers meet

 24 May 2016 - 0:00

AAB division holds customers meet
The Commercial and Industrial Division of AAB’s and other officials at the meeting.

 

DOHA: The Commercial and Industrial Division of Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB) held its Annual Customers Meet at the Sheraton Hotel Doha recently. The occasion witnessed the launch of the Toyota 8FBE Series, 3 Wheel Electric Counterbalance Forklift along with Godrej’s Mobile Shelving systems.
During the event, AAB also announced its partnership with KardexRemstar (automated storage solutions), Switzerland & Endress Industrial Generators, Germany.
AAB has consistently focused on providing effective solutions to its customers by delivering the latest technological advancements in the field of Material Handling and Storage Solutions.
AAB’s Annual Customers Meet Event was attended by leading companies from a wide spectrum of industries, ranging from manufacturing and distribution to warehousing and logistics.
Serdar Toktamis, CEO, Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros. Co. said: “We thank our customers for their trust and support and we assure them our commitment to provide superior products and services. Also, we are very proud to be partnering with world renowned companies. Our relationship with Toyota Material Handling Company goes back to around 5 decades and we have been successful in achieving market leadership in the Qatari Market. Our focus is to provide our clients with comprehensive warehousing solutions and to be the partner of choice for all their warehousing requirements.”
Toyota Material Handling International, Godrej Storage Solutions, Kardex Material Handling &Endress Generators provided the attendees of the event with a presentation to demonstrate their background and history, capabilities and product ranges.
Yazan Mustafa, COO of the Commercial and Industrial Division of AAB, said: “Our success started with Toyota forklifts where we are now holding a very strong leadership position. We appreciate our customer trust and support during the last years. Our key focus and fundamental principle today that guide our activities is to maintain and strengthen this trust.”

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