Saudi Electronic Information Exchange Company (TABADUL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara) in order to develop specialized logistics solutions for the petrochemical industry.
TABADUL is a leading Saudi company established by Royal Decree to assist in the digital transformation of the logistical and commercial sectors.
The MoU intends to strengthen the partnership between both parties in sharing their know-how through joint Research and Development projects. The company noted that “it will enhance supply chain automation, which will help boost operational performance and business efficiency.”
Further, TABADUL will deliver the most effective technical solutions that will support Sadara’s capabilities to pilot projects in the petrochemical sector.
“Through this Memorandum of Understanding, TABADUL hopes to achieve its vision of leading the digital transformation of logistics services throughout the Kingdom, as well as introducing innovative logistical solutions and automating services for this vital sector. We will also forge strong partnerships with various government agencies and the private sector in a way that improves their productivity and operational capacities while also achieving the goals of the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP), Saudi Vision 2030’s flagship program.”
Dr. Faisal Al-Faqeer, CEO of Sadara said that, “The petrochemicals sector is one of the main pillars of the economic roadmap outlined through Saudi Vision 2030. We believe this MoU will enhance the performance and productivity of the Saudi petrochemicals sector as it will help develop the logistics services that are instrumental to our operations.”
“Our partnership with TABADUL reflects the optimal integration between national companies. This memorandum of understanding will create an efficient framework for sharing expertise to facilitate the digital transformation of logistics in the petrochemicals industry,” Dr. Al-Faqeer added.
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