GWC, the leading logistics provider in the State of Qatar, and British Company Vault Couture showcased storage management solutions for high-value items and luxury fashion at a high tea event in The Ritz-Carlton Doha Hotel.
The event was graced by dignitaries, including the Director and members of the Qatari Businesswomen Association (QBWA) chaired by Mrs Aisha Al-Fardan, members of the Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA), Director of Trade and Investment from British Embassy, GWC and Vault Couture Officials.
GWC Group CEO Ranjeev Menon promised continuity of bringing in best solutions to the Qatari market.
We will continue to bring best-in-class solutions to the Qatari market such as Vault Couture’s one-of-a-kind Class-A services that satisfies an important niche in the market… This addition enforces our path of delivering our purpose and remaining the provider of choice for all logistics services and supply chain solutions across all market segments while ensuring the best results to our shareholders.
Vault Couture, as seen in Forbes, Vogue, and Harper Bazaar, specialises in wardrobe management and storage in London, providing a game-changing digital platform that enables their clients to digitally access their wardrobe and manage them seamlessly from anywhere in the world. This association with GWC is a natural extension of the company’s vast logistics infrastructure offering general and niche supply chain services, including solutions for clients in retail, fashion, and fine art.
Vault Couture Founder, Mounissa Chodieva said:
This association with GWC provides us access to a wider market including the greatest advantage of their logistics capability that is unrivalled in the region.
This initiative is a further example of a strong bilateral trade relationship between the UK and Qatar, as stated by the Director of Trade & Investment at the British Embassy in Qatar, Jinoos Shariati.
We are delighted to see another strong initiative between British and Qatari businesses where UK innovation enables efficiency and productivity within a global supply chain.
GWC concluded 2019 with a 9% increase in net profit to QAR249.1 million with gross revenues reaching QAR1.2 billion at the end of the year while EPS increased to QAR0.43 at the end of the same period. GWC crowned 2019 by participating in one of the world’s biggest sporting events as the first National Supporter and Official Logistics Provider of the FIFA Club World Cup™ held in Qatar in December 2019.