18 Nov 2019


ALSAYER Holding has joined over 200 forward-thinking companies as the newest member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

Connecting with WBCSD’s network of forward-thinking businesses will enable the ALSAYER Holding to continue to develop and implement its sustainability ambitions in collaboration with like-minded partners.


ALSAYER membership has been officially announced during WBCSD Council Meeting 14 & 15 October at Lisbon, Portugal and attended by ALSAYER representatives; Mr. Bengt Kurt Schultz, Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Ibrahim Al-Fouzan, Business Director, Service and Mr. Nehad Al-Haj Ali, Deputy Group Manager, Corporate Excellence.


According to the CEO of ALSAYER Holding, Mr. Mubarak Al-Sayer said:At ALSAYER, sustainable business is a whole-system concept covering every dimension of our operations; from financial performance, social responsibility, worker and customer well-being, and care for the environment, all working together. We are also committed to engaging all employees in order to accomplish our goal of becoming a regional leader in sustainability. We are delighted therefore to join WBCSD and help accelerate the transition to a sustainable world.”


ALSAYER Holding has demonstrated a clear commitment to supporting Kuwait vision 2035 and the goals of the United Nations as a key player in the Kuwaiti economy by embracing the framework of the sustainability compass since 2014 covering Environmental aspects, responsible economy, community service, customer and employee welfare. 


WBCSD President and CEO Peter Bakker said “We are pleased to welcome the ALSAYER Group to WBCSD. With a dual focus on urban mobility and heavy equipment, the group has activities in two of the key systems that govern our world – transportation and the climate. These systems are complex and inter-connected, and developing sustainable solutions is critical for the future. It is only by working together that we can achieve the transformation that is necessary for a sustainable world.”