Houssam Mahmoud is the President, Human Food Division of Al Dahra Holding, a leading player in its sector that has transformed over the past few years from merely a local organization to a multinational enterprise.
Houssam is in charge of all Al Dahra’s subsidiaries and associate companies, championing the group’s strategy for further expansion and overseeing its active pipeline of growth and investment opportunities. In addition to managing the existing entities and products portfolio, Houssam’s mandate is to further diversify the company’s activities and develop new strategic initiatives and alliances.
Houssam’s career spans over 15 years of experience in strategic leadership within the supply chain and logistics industry in blue chip organizations.
Prior to his appointment at Al Dahra, Houssam was the Senior Vice President for the UAE and Oman area at Agility, one of the most prominent global logistics companies. He was successful in achieving significant bottom line growth for the entities under his leadership and was able to build long-term relationships with key national and international clients. Prior to his tenure at Agility, Houssam assumed senior positions at Aramex and Schneider Electric.
Houssam holds a Bachelor Degree in logistics and supply chain management from Cooremans Institute in Brussels.
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