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Savoye increases global footfall with 26% growth, breaks record turnover at Dhs796 million


Savoye, a warehouse automation integrator and software publisher in the Middle East, has recorded a turnover of Dhs796 million in 2021, with Dhs833 million orders and a 26% growth compared to the previous year.

The logistics solution provider, which entered the Middle East market at a time when businesses were adversely affected due to the global pandemic, has successfully established its base, and its presence in the region.

Alain Kaddoum, Managing Director, Savoye Middle East said: “Our hard work and continued efforts during the last year have paid off as we received good results not only in revenue generation globally, but also in establishing our footprint in the Middle East.

“Last year we maintained and ensured new and existing partnerships, while influencing the industry to adopt useful innovative technologies, leading to our growth and recognition worldwide. Our achievements despite market uncertainty have proven that we were able to support our customers in the Middle East and throughout the world with efficiency and high-quality performance. This inspires us to work better and develop more solutions for the supply chain and logistics industry.”

Kaddoum said the MENA region has been quickly accepting modern technologies due to increased consumer demand, resulting in considerable improvement in the situation post pandemic. “We will keep introducing our world class solutions to the region to support and take the industry a step forward, thus meeting the needs of consumers today,” he added.

The solutions provider, which has already enhanced its AMR offering (Autonomous Mobile Robots), is further planning to intensify its R&D work, involving Artificial Intelligence (AI). Aiming to achieve its sustainability goals, Savoye has sketched out a plan to further its research into optimisation and sustainability of last-mile logistics with innovative international companies to ensure a fine balance between their carbon footprint and that consumers have easy access to products.