Noatum unveils new logistics brand in Middle East

Noatum unveils new logistics brand in Middle East

Noatum, AD Ports Group (AD Ports)’s Logistics Cluster, has launched a new logistics services brand within the Middle East region.

‘Noatum Logistics Middle East’ takes over from MICCO Logistics, which has served the Abu Dhabi and the GCC markets with distinction for over four decades, and which has been the freight forwarding arm of AD Ports Group’s Logistics Cluster since the company’s acquisition in 2020.

With MICCO’s consolidation into Noatum Logistics Middle East, its regional clients and stakeholders will continue to benefit from Noatum’s experience and its integrated global portfolio consisting of terminal operations, maritime shipping, and logistics businesses – the company reported.

Antonio Campoy, Chief Executive Officer, Noatum, Logistics Cluster, AD Ports Group, said: “Following Noatum’s successful integration into AD Ports Group, we are proud to launch Noatum Logistics Middle East, a brand which reflects our steadfast commitment to excellence while serving a region that is an important gateway to global markets.

“Maintaining the continuity of our existing operations while integrating our regional clients into our broader global ecosystem will deliver unprecedented value and scale, while further elevating our new brand.”

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Daniel Berasategui, Managing Director, Noatum Logistics Middle East and CEO of Noatum Project Cargo, Logistics Cluster, AD Ports Group, added: “The launch of our new regional brand is a milestone moment for our team.

“Our clients and stakeholders can rest assured that they will continue to be served by familiar teams and that all current contracts and business relationships will continue unabated – it is business as usual.

“Looking forward, our top priority will be to combine the strength of MICCO’s legacy and capabilities with Noatum’s highly integrated networks and solutions to develop market-leading products that deliver value along every link of the supply chain – from manufacturer to consumer.”

Recently, AD Ports announced that Noatum Terminals has acquired 100 per cent ownership of APM Terminals (APMT) Castellón in Spain for a total purchase consideration of €10 million ($10.95 million).

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