Fahd bin Mohammed Al-Shebel, CEO of Saudi Arabia’s National Unified Procurement Co.

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Fahd bin Mohammed Al-Shebel has been CEO of the National Unified Procurement Co. (NUPCO) since October 2017.
NUPCO is a leading company in Saudi Arabia in procurement, logistics and supply chain management for pharmaceutical and medical devices, and supplies for government hospitals.
It was established in 2009 with SR1.5 billion ($400 million) as capital, and is fully owned by the Public Investment Fund.
NUPCO recently opened a fully automated warehouse in King Abdullah Economic City, with an area covering 300,000 square meters, to provide comprehensive distribution and storage for the state health sector.
It comes as part of the company’s efforts to support the health sector and provide smart supply chains and high-quality logistical services.
Al-Shebel said the warehouse represents the strategic partnership between NUPCO and private sector companies for public health facilities. The warehouse will provide advanced medical services and contribute to public health.
From 2006 to 2017, Al-Shebel served in several positions
at information security company Elm, which offers a wide
range of ready-made and customized digital solutions in many areas. He started work at Elm as deputy manager for business development between 2006 and 2008, products and business development manager between 2008 and 2009, and government solutions manager between 2009 and 2012. His last post at Elm was executive manager between
2012 and 2017.
Al-Shebel worked for almost 10 years at the Public Pension Agency as an IT manager. He graduated from King Saud University in Riyadh in 1996.

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