Osama Fattaleh, chief operating officer at Aramex, has resigned to pursue personal business interests. He will be replaced by Iyad Kamal, who has been with the company for 18 years. Fattaleh will remain with Aramex till the end of April.
“I have reluctantly and sadly accepted Osama’s resignation, but I understand his decision and I stand by him,” said Fadi Ghandour, Aramex’s founder and CEO. “Other than his great contributions to the company and its development over the years, Osama is a friend and a trusted colleague, we will all miss him.”
Kamal has been part of the Aramex team since 1991 and has served as chief logistics officer for the past three years.