Saudia Cargo has renewed the human organ transportation agreement with the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation (SCOT) for the fourth consecutive year.
The carrier said the renewal reflects its efforts to support humanitarian and social work.
Saudia Cargo chief executive officer, Omar Hariri signed the agreement with SCOT director general, Faisal Shaheen at the Saudia Cargo’s Jeddah-based main office.
He said: “Saudi Cargo will continue to provide domestic and overseas organ transportation services and support SCOT’s objectives and humanitarian programs because it recognizes the nobility of these objectives and programs.
“We are proud to support SCOT activities and deliver all types of organ shipments in line with international healthcare requirements and standards. Organ transportation shipments come at the top of our priority.”
Shaheen commended Saudia and said it was sophisticated and advanced logistic services and excellent coordination with the center over the last years. “The company’s dedication has strengthened our collaboration towards promoting humanitarian work,” he added.