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Gefco Middle East, RSA Logistics ink deal.

The objective of the agreement is to cater to the growing demand for FVL (finish vehicles logistics) in the region.

Dubai -- Gefco Middle East, one of the leaders in the automotive logistics sector, recently signed a long-term logistics service agreement with Dubai-based RSA Logistics, to support the storage services for finished vehicles.

The objective of the agreement is to cater to the growing demand for FVL (finish vehicles logistics) in the region. RSA will be providing just over 100,000sqm of logistics space along with IT support, security and resources to assist in the operation.

Adding to the agreement, Abhishek Ajay Shah, managing director at RSA Logistics, said: "RSA logistics always believes in a tailored solution for all of our customers and relationship with Gefco is no different. We listened to our customer; understood their needs and are now implementing it to make it a reality. This is very fulfilling and we hope to grow further in the automotive vertical and this is a good step in achieving that goal."

Stefano Pollotti, managing director of Gefco Dubai, said: "As Gefco we believe in the integrated logistics solutions to improve the supply chain of our customer. The quality and highest standard of the service level are our credo; the agreement with RSA will support the growth of the FVL activity in the region"

Established in 2007, RSA logistics has developed a major presence in the UAE as a logistics provider, offering contract logistics, freight forwarding, distribution, and supply chain management services.

Gefco first opened its Dubai offices in late-2012 and has been fully operational since February 2013. Renowned for its logistics operations in the automotive industry, the opening of the new offices is in line with the company's strategy of utilising the emirate as a hub to complement and expand existing operations.

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