Employee training is a priority for Move One operations in Iraq
Fadi Nasrullah, Move One’s Iraq Liaison Manager in charge of the operational expansion and training of the local staff, says the training initiatives allows for on-the-ground experience. “Our employees arriving from our headquarters in Dubai and back offices in Budapest and Skopje get an insight of the field work and get a feel for the environment in Iraq,” he says. “They experience a closer relationship with the customers on a daily basis and get to meet Move One’s vendors.”
Andras Horvath, Move One’s Iraq Team Leader in Macedonia, recently visited southern Iraq on a temporary assignment as well. “My first task in Iraq was to assist our staff here with operations,” he explains. “My second task was to get a clearer picture and understanding of the local operations as well as to have more opportunities to meet our vendors and customers in person.”
Craig Bailey, Move One’s South Iraq Business Development Manager, adds that these initiatives are key to business development in the country. “By sending skillful employees on short term assignments the company is ensuring that the training, quality, and operational expansion in Iraq is always at its best,” he says. “Hence, we continue to be competitive and provide exceptional service to our valued customers.”
With three strategically located offices throughout Iraq, including facilities in Baghdad, Erbil, and Az Zubayr, Move One Logistics has the necessary experience and resources to handle the country’s most challenging logistical requirements. A newly completed compound in southern Az Zubayr now gives Move One enhanced levels of coordination between staff, agents, and clients, reinforcing the company’s position as the leading logistics provider in Iraq. Our extensive local knowledge has helped to build a successful track record in delivering everything from small shipments to heavy and over-sized cargo for customers in various business sectors, including oil and gas, diplomatic, military, and civil reconstruction projects.
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