• Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC awards Gulf International ‘Best Distributor of the Year 2016’ for the MENAP Region
Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC awards Gulf International ‘Best Distributor of the Year 2016’ for the MENAP Region

Gulf International (part of the Albatha Group), a leading FMCG Sales and Distribution company Middle East region, has actually been granted the 'Best Distributor of the Year 2016’ for the MENAP (Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan) region by Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC, the world's most varied health care company. The company was likewise given the 'Finest Implementation for Beauty Brand name' award, for their exemplary management and circulation of JOHNSON'S Vita-Rich, a skin care variety within the company's beauty portfolio.

Gulf International outperformed distributors coming from 27 nations that both honors mirror its excellence in conference and surpassing brand performance assumptions. Criteria used in selecting winners for these honors include internet and gross sales, trade investments, punctuality of orders, events, branding, implementations, MSL (Must Stock List) conformity, distribution expansion, conformity with established brand name standards. Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC, has previously awarded the company with lots of distinctions, like 'Finest In-Class Execution' and 'Fastest New Product Initiatives in the center East.' Gulf International has additionally been continually awarded by other brand names and suppliers for its excellent implementation, planning and deliverables of the brand names they represent.

Gulf International is part of the Albatha Group, among the largest conglomerates in UAE. The group is a Shariah-compliant organization, including over 25 companies with over 7,000 employees spread across seven industry fields i.e. vehicle, consumer, engineering, home products, real estate, healthcare, home and personal care. Albatha business is spread across the Middle East and North Africa region with a distribution network that increases from the Indian sub-continent to Europe. Albatha represents over 200 worldwide firms offering them with their business and branding demands in one of the most effective and professional manner.

" 2016 has been an excellent year for Gulf International," stated Syed Khalid Ali, CEO-- GCC countries, Gulf International. "We have actually been long standing regional companions of Johnson & Johnson - a relationship that dates back almost 30 years, and we would like to additional strengthen this partnership and maintain dedicated to gaining more success for the coming years. The team at Gulf International have been attempting their outright best to accomplish this award for the last three years; enhancements were done year after year, transforming this desire into truth. I want to provide my sincere gratefulness to the entire workers of Gulf International for bringing us this gold motive in attaining the success. Moreover, I feel blessed to be honoured by Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC for identifying the efforts and effort of the team."

Gulf International is credited with the greatest ISO standards, with procedures spread throughout the UAE using extremely qualified and experienced management groups of sales, advertising, supply chain, logistics and various other support-function professionals. The company gives effective branding, advertising and distribution for some of the world's best-loved foods and palatable brands, as well as products manufactured by Albatha business. Apart from its partnership with Johnson & Johnson Middle East FZ-LLC, the company has continuously strengthened its competence in marketing, brand name building and distribution of some of the world's leading multinational brands like Henkel, Lindt, Yardley, Sun-Top, Iso-Star, Del Monte and Al Areesh.

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