UAE Ministry of Finance appoints ASCELA as preferred provider

10 December 2023 1 min. read

The UAE Ministry of Finance has appointed ASCELA as a preferred service catalogue provider in the area of logistics advisory services.

Under the freshly received status, ASCELA will serve as a consultant of choice for the UAE federal government and the entities that fall under its mantle.

Dubai-headquartered ASCELA is a management consulting firm focused on strategic, organisational, and financial matters, specialising in the infrastructure, transportation, sports, and logistics sectors. The consulting firm – founded in 2018 – has a team of around 50 consultants and staff.

UAE Ministry of Finance appoints ASCELA as preferred provider

The firm’s work with UAE government entities will focus on the logistics realm, spanning topics including road transport, maritime shipping and ports, intra-country logistics, supply chain optimisation, and logistics infrastructure.

“Success in logistics advisory is a collaborative effort. We are committed to working closely with the government, sharing insights, and co-creating strategies that drive positive outcomes,” said Nivesh Chaudhary, Managing Director at ASCELA.

One of just a handful of preferred service providers in the domain, Chaudhary said that the recognition “reinforces ASCELA’s position as a leading provider of strategic logistics advisory services, contributing to the advancement of the government’s push for infrastructure development.”

“Being recognised for such a crucial government entity is an honour,” he continued. “It speaks volumes about the innovation and reliability that ASCELA brings to the table. Our focus on innovation, data analytics, and scalability in the logistics domain has been a key differentiator.”

The news comes hot on the heels of ASCELA signing up as a member of the United Nations Global Compact.