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Logistics Middle East’s 25 most powerful CEOs-Haluk Ündeger

Logistics Middle East’s 25 most powerful CEOs-Haluk Ündeger

A relative newcomer to the regional logistics industry, Haluk Ündeger was appointed the district manager of United Parcel Services (UPS) in the Middle East, Central Asia and Turkey, following the company’s decision to purchase Ünsped, its service agent in Turkey, which was actually founded by Ündeger in 1981.

Following this acquisition, the 50-year old was given responsibility for the express package, freight forwarding and logistics services of UPS in 21 different countries, including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE. Since this time, the company has boosted its market share in the Middle East by launching a range of express delivery solutions.

In particular, its domestic express service was established in countries throughout the region, enabling shippers to consolidate their package delivery services with one carrier to save on time and money.

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