Amin Al Arrayed, General Manager of First Bahrain and Managing Director of Majaal Warehouse Co. was interviewed for a soon to be published Bahrain Country Report prepared by MarcoPolis, a press and communication agency headquartered in Paris.
Amin Al Arrayed, General Manager of First Bahrain, provides a unique perspective on the warehousing sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain in his interview with Macropolis. He notes that Bahrain’s warehousing capacity grew at rapid pace. With new projects like Tahzeen, along with Agility’s added capacity competition, the warehousing industry has intensified.
Amin Al Arrayed, General Manager of First Bahrain, makes the case for the rapid growth of industry in Bahrain and despite many challenges, such as high gas prices translated into energy costs and lack of available land, the outlook for industry in the Kingdom of Bahrain remains positive.
Amin Al Arrayed, General Manager of First Bahrain, argues in his interview with Macropolis that “The FDI is very sensitive to the kind of uncertainty that exists today. FDI typically wants to feel safe and that’s the challenge.
Amin Al Arrayed, General Manager of First Bahrain explains the strategic importance of the Kingdom of Bahrain as a trans-shipment, logistics and transport hub and highlights the competitive position of the Kingdom in his interview with Macropolis.
The leading provider of warehousing and industrial facilities for Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SME’s), Majaal Warehouse Co., announced today the largest deal in its history, signing a ten year tenancy agreement with the Abudawood AlSaffar Co., the Bahraini distributor for global and regional producers of fast moving consumer good (FMCG) companies such as Procter and Gamble, Clorox International, Campbell’s Soup Company, Agthia, Ulker, C-Food, Walkers International and Falconpack.