Saudia Cargo brings enchanting ‘Saudi Nights’ at Air Cargo Europe

Published: Monday, May 15, 2017

Saudia Cargo showcased on May 9 at Air Cargo Europe, in a small private gathering especially created for its industry partners, the age-old Bedouin traditions and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s virtue of generosity with the theme ‘Saudi Nights.’

Deeply-rooted in Arabic culture, generosity and great hospitality were special traits that Saudis had kept for many years
On the occasion, Saudia Cargo treated its guests with some mouth-watering Arabic delicacies, a variety of dates in different sizes and shapes, and more. Arabic coffee and tea were generously served as well.
Before capping the night, guests also received a special gift from Saudia Cargo as a token of appreciation for their continued support to the company.

“Saudi Nights is especially created for our industry partners who continue to support us through the years,” said Mr. Nabil Khojah, Chief Executive Officer of Saudia Cargo. “This is a time for us to get together and learn more how we can work best. Great hospitality is deeply rooted in our culture and we want our partners to experience that first-hand from us as we participate in Air Cargo Europe.”

“Saudia Cargo takes pride in its global reputation as a reliable and trustworthy airfreight company. We are here for the long haul and we want our industry partners to get that sense at every opportunity.,” Khojah added.

Saudia Cargo was also honored with the prestigious Air Cargo Week Achievement Award during the biennial Air Cargo Europe event.

The company celebrated the momentous occasion with its industry partners and friends.

Air Cargo Europe, held from May 9 to 12 at Messe Munchen, is touted as the world’s leading trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply-chain management, drawing more than 2,000 exhibitors from over 60 countries and close to 60,000 visitors across the globe.
Rainer Mueller, Executive Director Commercial of Saudia Cargo, said Saudi Nights is also in line with the Kingdom’s bid to promote Saudi Arabia as a tourist destination.

“Saudi Arabia is a very interesting place to visit for travelers who are seeking first-hand information about this dynamic nation that continues to influence global decisions,” said Mueller who was born in Germany.