TAWAL, an integrated ICT Infrastructure service provider in Saudi Arabia, has signed four partnership agreements with local suppliers to build new sites for telecommunication towers and develop network infrastructure sharing services with other operators at the highest international standards. These new agreements will allow TAWAL to provide its customers with a more reliable and cost-effective ICT infrastructure.
TAWAL adopts a policy in dealing with its suppliers, which is based on a combination of local and international partners to find new and innovative solutions that make its operations more effective and efficient. TAWAL has introduced recently the iSupplier system that serves suppliers and facilitates the purchasing process, where all local and international suppliers are welcomed to register through TAWAL’s official website for opportunities to partner with us in the future.
Saud bin Mohammed Altoaimy, CFO of TAWAL, pointed out: “TAWAL is striving to improve the services provided to our clients, making it more efficient and effective while enhancing its role in undertaking the management of its existing projects directly without a third party. This would, in turn, enable us to complete projects in a professional, faster way at the highest standards and with the best specifications at the lowest cost. He further added that TAWAL sets its requirements very high, which reflects positively on its customers through distinguished services that provide better quality at very competitive prices.”
Eng Mohamed bin Abdulaziz Alhakbani, CEO of TAWAL, said: “We always strive to build fruitful relationships with local suppliers to enhance local services and support the national companies. We aim to enable local manufacturers and local service providers to expand their contributions towards Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision that aims to build an integrated national network of services and supporting industries that will improve our self-sufficiency in many vital sectors. This step also contributes to the strengthening of the capabilities of local suppliers and increasing healthy competition in the Saudi market.”