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Satyendra Pathak


Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Company took part in the recently concluded Project Qatar 2023 for the first time as one of the silver sponsors.

In an exclusive interview with Qatar Tribune about the company’s participation in Project Qatar for the first time, Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Company Senior Director- Dealership & Business Development, Yazan Mustafa, said, “We are participating in Project Qatar this year to highlight a range of products and services we provide to the various industries from the finest international brands, and we look forward to meeting a wide segment of visitors at the exhibition.”

He said, “This participation comes as our first participation in Project Qatar 2023 as a silver sponsor for several reasons. One of them is to show our range of products to the Qatari market and benefit from the opportunities created within this event through meeting with potential stakeholders including customers, contractors, consultants, and key players in the market.”

Asked if Project Qatar is the right platform to get in touch with prospective clients, he said, “We think that Project Qatar is the main platform for business-to-business meetings where one can connect with most of the industries that are related to projects, warehouses and contractors at one platform that brings everybody to find potential collaboration. So, for us, we consider it as the key platform for beneficial collaborations.”

About the new technologies, products, and services the company displayed at the exhibition, he said, “So, this year, we tried to focus on certain segments of the product, especially in the warehousing solutions, where we presented our electrical operated machines that are environmentally friendly products. We displayed machines that operate inside the warehouse using lithium-ion batteries.”

“We are presenting the leading brands in logistics and warehousing sector such as Toyota Forklifts from Japan, BT Warehouse Equipment from Sweden, Godrej Racking from India and MacroAir Industrial Fans from USA. As well as a wide range of products related to the automotive aftermarket, such as Sumitomo tires from Japan, PowerZone batteries from India and S Oil lubricants from South Korea, and many other products in that range.”

He elaborated further, “So this year, we are focused our participation to show our industrial, warehousing and automotive aftermarket range of products.”

Asked if you signed any partnership during this exhibition, he said, “We received a very positive level of inquiries from interested customers to see further details about our solutions, our products. After the conclusion of the exhibition, we will start visiting these customers to design a solution that meet their requirements and operations.”

About the overall response from the visitors during the exhibition, he said, “This year, the participation was very good. The number of visitors at our booth was very good. We noticed excellent interest from visitors in our products and services. And that actually made us more excited about our participation in the exhibition.”

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