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Ahmed Shareef Promoted to Director of Engineering at Sun Siyam Iru Veli

Sun Siyam Iru Veli proudly announces the promotion of Ahmed Shareef to the esteemed position of Director of Engineering.

Ahmed Shareef joins the resort with over two decades of mission-driven engineering leadership. This has made him an exemplary candidate for Engineer of the Year. With his extensive experience in managing and expanding technology organisations, complimented by his exceptional leadership and communication skills, Ahmed Shareef stands out as a professional in the field.

Shareef is truly distinguished due to his unwavering commitment to sustainability and innovative engineering solutions. Prior to this role, Shareef was the Chief Engineer at Iru Veli. Here, Shareef successfully implemented a groundbreaking water irrigation system. Additionally, he also introduced glass upcycling initiatives at the resort.

Whether swiftly addressing engineering issues involving guests or staff, Shareef’s efficiency and reliability are constantly shining through. As Sun Siyam Iru Veli celebrates Ahmed Shareef’s promotion, the resort acknowledges him as a driving force behind the resort’s commitment to laidback luxury and environmental stewardship. Shareef’s leadership promises to elevate the engineering department at Sun Siyam Iru Veli to new heights as the resort continues to redefine the ultimate tropical retreat experience.

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The first-ever Sea-to-Air Cargo Transshipment Commenced in the Maldives!

Velana Airport has announced the first-ever sea-to-air cargo transshipment along with Turkish Airlines, Maldives Ports Limited and Maldives Customs Service. This major step in cargo transhipment in the Maldives was celebrated on the 17th of May at the airport.

The  MoU for the ‘Sea to Air’ cargo transshipment services were signed earlier this year, on March 30th. With this, Turkish Airlines became the cargo partner to facilitate the service along with the Maldives Ports Limited (MPL).

With the transshipment service, MPL can easily transport goods through both seas as well as air travel. In addition to catering to the needs of businesses and industries in the region, this will also help expedite the carrying of goods from one place to another. According to the Turkish Airlines’ Regional Cargo Manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives Bilal Okur, this will help the airline’s target to develop the Maldives into a sea-to-air transshipment hub.

This innovative logistics solution is expected to significantly boost the efficiency of cargo movement. Additionally, this may also see the enhancement of trade opportunities for the Maldives.

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