Saudi-based Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, Logistics Technology Services (LTS), is preparing the roadmap for its GCC expansion, which is soon to be followed by the company venturing out to capture the broader Middle East and African market.
The new expansion strategy was confirmed by none other but the company’s CEO Eng. Bader Juwaited himself. Juwaited was speaking at the Saudi International Exhibition and Conference for the Internet of Things in Riyadh when he predicted a “robust growth” of the IoT solutions market in the GCC.
He acknowledged that with regional governments increasingly investing in next-gen technology and infrastructure, the GCC countries make the logical next destination in LTS’s global expansion plans.
To quote the LTS CEO: “As regional enterprises continue to go through their digital transformation journeys, they seek a trusted partner with the depth and breadth of experience in the implementation of modern digital solutions. As a partner who speaks their language, understands their issues and helps meeting their goals, LTS is now planning to offer its highly-reputed IoT services in other GCC countries followed by the Middle East and Africa.”
Launched in 2010, LTS specializes in fleet management solutions that enable organizations to up their game by making better and more efficient use of their vehicle fleets, routes, and drivers.
Additionally, the company also offers Technical Services to leading industrial entities across sectors including Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Utilities, and Petrochemical.
Because of its reputation as a leading open IoT fleet management platform, LTS was recently awarded a longtime fleet management contract by Elm Company, one of Saudi Arabia’s leading providers of digital solutions.Saudi IoT firm Logistics Technology Services reveals plans for GCC expansion