Manama, May 27 (BNA): Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), operated by APM Terminals Bahrain takes immense pride in announcing that Isa Mohammed Al-Qetami has been appointed, as Chief Government and Security Affairs Officer.
With his vast experience of 34 years in the government and security affairs sector, Mr. Al-Qetami has been instrumental in integrating port planning and operations, including commercial and financial with port security for effective coordination with government and private sector entities.
Since joining APM Terminals in 2015, Mr. Al-Qetami has been responsible for developing the security and government relations portfolio of Bahrain’s only commercial port by establishing and implementing comprehensive port security plans, associated policies/procedures and budgetary initiatives to further enhance the port’s effectiveness.
Mr. Al-Qetami’s strong leadership qualities have been reflected in the time-tested relationships with internal and external stakeholders. He has spear-headed efforts to improve the collaboration between the private and government entities within the transportation domain, thus creating an ideal partnership, that supports APMT Bahrain’s strategic business goals.
Mr. Al-Qetami’s appointment as the Chief Government and Security Affairs Officer is aligned with APM Terminals’ vision to grow and empower Bahraini talents within the Ports sector. We are grateful for his support and dedication, and we wish him all the absolute best in his new role and a continued journey of success.
Mr. Isa Al-Qetami has been the General Manager Security and Government Relations and the Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) since August 2015. Prior to this, he has served as military officer in Bahrain Défense Force. In total Mr. Isa has over 34 years of experience in the aviation field in Royal Bahrain Air Force at different air bases.
Mr. Isa retired is a retired colonel from Bahrain Défense Force. He is also a holder of Master of Science (MSC) in System Management (Naval Post-Graduate School Monterey, California USA) and National Diploma in Aerospace Engineering and Civil Aviation Authority Licensed Engineer -Avionics and National (Brunel Technical College Bristol – UK.)”
Source: Bahrain News Agency