Milaha was established in 1957 as a public "shipping agency" characterized at that time with high credibility among its customers. In a short time, Milaha transformed itself into a leading and giant international prestigious company that provides trustworthy "Maritime & Logistics" services that attract its customers' confidence in GCC, the Middle East, and around the globe.
As a heavy-scale and pioneering company, Milaha strongly focuses on providing integrated transport, marine services, and supply chain solutions.
Milaha has owned an integrated "Shipyard & Fabrication" comprising and operating two floating docks, one Shiplift, and several extensive workshops facilities with the ability to carry dry dock and float repair work for vessels up to 230m LOA.
The Shipyard, established in 1978 and located at Mesaieed Industrial City, offers various and efficient maritime services, repair and refit services to all types of vessels and yachts, not only in Qatar but also to entire GCC states and the international vessels dock at Doha ports.
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Since its foundation as Qatar’s first shipping agent in 1957 and the holder of commercial registration number one in Qatar, Milaha has been a pioneer in the local and regional maritime industry. By continuously challenging the status quo, Milaha today is a large, diversified holding company with core interests in maritime transport, logistics, port management, and offshore marine services.
In a world of increasingly complex supply chains, unlocking synergies has been the key driver of our success over the years with each of our 5 strategic business pillars working together harmoniously to ensure every requirement of our clients and partners is satisfied, and every expectation is exceeded.
Our reputation comes from our unwavering commitment to safety and quality; our financial and organizational strength; a diverse portfolio of the offering; and, most importantly, our dedicated colleagues.
When the company’s operations started in 1958, Milaha chartered several tugs and barges. Over the following years, the company’s fleet grew in number, size, and type of vessels, including owning and operating geared bulk and break bulk carriers. With the transformation of global freight and shipping methods from break bulk to containerized cargoes, the company decided to adapt to that change and started a new building campaign focused on a specialized container vessel. Today Milaha owns and operates a fleet of modern specialized container vessels which is among the largest in the Arabian Gulf and provides daily services to Hamad & Mesaieed Ports linking Qatar with the rest of the world.
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(I) Group Chief Executive Officer | Acting EVP – Gas & Petrochem
Eng. Mohammed Abdulla Swidan was entrusted by Milaha’s Board of Directors to carry out the duties of the President and CEO of Milaha group in 2022 and he is the Executive Vice President of Milaha Offshore & Marine since 2018. Prior to his position as EVP, Eng. Swidan held various leadership positions as Senior Commercial Manager at Halul Offshore Services Company in 2013 before being promoted to Vice President, Operations in 2014.
Eng. Swidan holds a bachelor’s degree in Maritime Engineering and a master’s degree in” Ship and Port Operation Management” from Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in addition to an MBA in “Global Shipping Management” from Greenwich-London University, in addition to several distinguished industry-related certificates.
Throughout his career, Eng. Swidan developed extensive experience in multiple fields including offshore marine operations, energy markets, and commercial activities, which contributed to the profitability and growth of Milaha as a whole.