Hazem Sami Saba

Executive Manager

Mr. Saba has over seven years in the Human Resources field, he brings his valuable expertise in diversity, reward and recognition, talent acquisition management, and organizational and professional development with more than twelve years of corporate work experience in the field of Human resource management, customer service and customer care.

Mr. Saba is also a senior consultant in his area of expertise and has provided tens of companies and organizations with advanced consulting services on a wide magnitude of issues related to HR management, customer care, business development, and strategic management. Mr. Saba is a recognized trainer delivering hundreds of hours of training to corporate employees, organizational trainees, among others. Presently, he’s the Executive Manager of the international Logistic Services Company, “Mersal”. Holds a BA in Accounting from 6th of October University in Cairo, and holds a Cambridge diploma in Business Administration. He has also occupied several senior positions in leading national corporations covering a wide range of functional services, such as HR, training and development, sales, among others.

 The Word of Executive Director

Mersal is considered as an incubator for qualified and ambitious Palestinian cadres, and it will soon become one of the pillars of the Palestinian commercial community in logistics technologies. The growth we are witnessing continuously in this integrated system, both humanly and technically, has been the result of the vision of the public administration integrated into the competencies cards that we seek to attract constantly and continuously, and we seek to refine them and explore the best ways to raise their efficiency to the maximum extent possible. We believe that Mersal’s visions and ambitions would not have stood as far. The status of development, improvement and innovation – we consider it – is a continuous one that does not stop, and we look at the world around us from the perspective that those who do not develop, do not continue. We seek to explore new areas of work with our strategic partners, and consider every tool and idea that we can develop the private and public sector. Let us make Mersal honestly as a means of communicating.