ITL World opens first office in Kuwait

Updated 28 March 2016

ITL World opens first office in Kuwait

ITL World, the region’s major travel management company, opened its first office in Kuwait at the Safat Center in Kuwait City on March 21.
Sideek Ahmed, chairman and MD of Eram Group, the parent company of ITL, inaugurated the new office in the presence of the ambassadors of Australia, Albania, India, Mexico and Uzbekistan, and country heads of leading airlines in Kuwait.
This is ITL World’s 36th office in the region, which is on its way to achieving the company’ s plans of establishing a chain of fully owned and operated offices across the GCC.
Rated as the fifth most powerful travel management company in the Middle East by Arabian Travel News, ITL World has been catering to a wide portfolio of clientele across Asia and the Middle East since the company’ s founding over 30 years ago.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to operate in Kuwait and offer ITL World’s unique flavor of travel services to clients in both the corporate and leisure segments across Kuwait,” said Ahmed.
The ambassadors of India, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Vietnam, Laos, South Africa, Swaziland, Albania and Uzbekistan, as well as Rashed Al-Adwani, deputy Minister of Europe department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, diplomats from Australia, Czech Republic, Mexico, Malawi and Bhutan, and airline representatives and top management of ITL, media personnel and a large gathering of well-wishers attended the inaugural ceremony.
Ahmed said, “As a leading travel management company with presence across Asia, Middle East and Europe, we value this opportunity to begin our operations here in Kuwait.”
ITL World, which recently inaugurated its regional contact center in Dubai, unveiled Holiday Connoisseur, its travel product, which adds to its other travel and event management brands such as Miceminds, Arabian Experience and EduVoyage, at the reception.


VIP delegation tours Virgin Hyperloop One at WEC

President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia tours the Virgin Hyperloop One passenger pod.
Updated 15 September 2019

VIP delegation tours Virgin Hyperloop One at WEC

A VIP delegation comprising Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, Saudi minister of energy; Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, deputy chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council; and Thamir Abbas Ghadhban, Iraq’s deputy prime minister for energy affairs and oil minister; was briefed by Harj Dhaliwal, managing director of Virgin Hyperloop One (VHO), Middle East and India, on the future of mobility, at the World Energy Congress (WEC) in Abu Dhabi.
At the event, VHO also showcased DP World Cargospeed, a global brand for hyperloop-enabled cargo systems operated by DP World capable of supporting fast, on-demand, direct delivery of palletized cargo. Designed to provide exceptional service for high-priority, on-demand goods, DP World Cargospeed systems will deliver freight at the speed of flight and closer to the cost of trucking.
At the WEC, VHO also hosted visiting dignitaries from around the world, including President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia; Dharmendra Pradhan, Indian union minister for petroleum and natural gas and steel; and a delegation of Nigerian government leaders. VHO’s Dhaliwal also spoke on a high-level panel on the future of mobility.