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Dubai Businessman Discusses Self-Storage in the Middle East

This week Ghassan Abughazaleh, head of strategic development for Dubai World Trade Center LLC, did an interview with Arabian Supply Chain about the emergence of self-storage in the Middle East.

This week Ghassan Abughazaleh, general manager of Storall LLC, a subsidiary of A&H Al Ghurair Investment LLC, did an interview with Arabian Supply Chain about the emergence of self-storage in the Middle East. He discussed the growing popularity of self-storage in the region, why customers are finding it to be a useful product, and the challenge of creating public awareness about self-storage.
Abughazaleh also spoke about Storall, which has emerged as a regional pioneer of self-storage, and how the company is being used as a barometer of industry demand in the United Arab Emirates. He said that despite recent challenges in the business sector, Storall has managed to grow.
Abughazaleh explained there are six companies in Dubai and neighboring areas that can legitimately be referred to as self-storage providers, and there is a healthy sense of competition among them. Finally, he provided tips to consumers for choosing a self-storage provider.
Abughazaleh is also a shareholder and/or on the board of other companies in Dubai and Egypt. His forte has been in strategic development and the establishment of businesses in various fields such as trade, services, manufacturing and agriculture. 
Source: Arabian Supply Chain, Ask the expert: Self storage

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