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Jade opens Dubai office

Jade opens Dubai office

Kiwi company looks to Middle East for growth

Kiwi Jade Software has opened an office in Dubai to drive growth in the Middle East for its port management software, Master Terminal.

Jade has developed long term relationships with key industry players such as Gulftainer and Milaha (formerly Qatar Navigation Port Services), where Jade’s terminal operating software is being implemented at the Port of Doha.

Director of business development for Jade Logistics Kaustubh Dalvi says the new office will strengthen the company's position in the region. “Over the last 18 months we’ve achieved significant growth in the Middle East, so it has become a strategic location for Jade. The office is also an important step that brings us closer to our growing customer base," he says.

Jade has also appointed Yatin Naik to its Dubai office. Yatin will be focussed on supporting existing customers in the region and helping implement new sites.

“Yatin comes to Jade with a wealth of industry experience and knowledge of managing complex multi-terminal and mixed cargo ports,” adds Dalvi.

Jade Logistics helps ports in New Zealand, Brazil, Doha, Italy, Iraq, Georgia, UAE, USA and Poland to improve the efficiency of managing containers and other cargo with its Master Terminal product.


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