A major company in Yemen, SASCO
group, has opened an office in Salalah to provide logistics solutions for the expanding trade to and from Yemen through Salalah.
The company then decided to check other aircraft that underwent the same maintenance procedures around the same time at SASCO
in June and July last year but found deployment problems with masks in only the three aircraft.
Chairman of SASCO
made his comment in a thank you letter to HRH president of SCTH in which he has said, Your stances in support of the efforts of the company are many.
The President of SCTA along with the Deputy Governor of Riyadh province toured the SASCO
roadside station reviewing its various facilities as it operates a number of basic services such as fuel station, groceries, and MTN services, in addition to the many restaurants and cafes, national and international in its premises.
The job at SASCO
provides him with the opportunity to make new friends from diverse backgrounds.
For his part, the Chairman of SASCO
, Ibrahim bin Mohammad Al Hedaithi, praised the support that SASCO
had received from the President of SCTA for upgrading its business and restructuring its facilities, which has greatly contributed to the launching of a number of upgraded projects along the highways.
He said he is happy that SASCO
is in the Saudi Stock Exchange, as that would make the company offer enhanced services to increase its yearly revenues.