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Sarwar steps up at Aptec Gulf

Sajid Sarwar has been promoted to the position of finance and operations controller at regional distribution powerhouse Aptec Gulf. Sarwar steps up from his former role as finance controller and will now take control of logistics, purchasing and warehousing as well.

Sajid Sarwar has been promoted to the position of finance and operations controller at regional distribution powerhouse Aptec Gulf. Sarwar steps up from his former role as finance controller and will now take control of logistics, purchasing and warehousing as well.

“After a success and profitable 2004 our strategy form 2005 is to further improve our overall structure adding the right calibre of managers that can further drive and grow Aptec’s business in the region,” said Bahaa Salah, Aptec Gulf’s general manager and regional sales director.

“Sajid will carry on his responsibility for all finance and legal matters and will additionally take direct responsibility for logistics, warehousing and purchasing. We are very pleased with the significant contributions Sajid has made to Aptec since joining and expect further improvements to our customer service and ultimately profitability with this organisational change,” Salah continued.

Sarwar joined Aptec Gulf in January 2005 as financial controller having previously held senior roles in finance and operation for UK and US companies involved in both distribution and manufacturing.

“I value the opportunity that Aptec Gulf has given me,” said Sarwar. “One of my key tasks is to ensure that Aptec Gulf’s valued customers receive the best service possible. This means offering value adds to resellers in terms of credit lines, invoicing and delivery options. This role is an opportunity to further enhance the operational efficiency that already exists within Aptec Gulf.”

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