KARACHI: The TCS Group, the country’s largest logistics services infrastructure, has announced two senior level appointments which are part of the company’s ambitious growth plans.
On the occasion of its 36th anniversary, the company has appointed Muhammad Harris Jamali as Group Head of Strategy and Faizan Siddiqi as the Chief Operating Officer and Head of Digital Transformation. While these two are Group Holding company appointments, the operating companies, TCS (Pvt.) Ltd. and TCS Logistics (Pvt.) Ltd. will continue to function under the leadership of Salman Akram who has been with TCS for the past 15 years progressing from Head of Sales to his current position as CEO of the two main operating companies of the group.
Faizan is an accomplished growth-hacker with experience in steering institutions towards digital transformation, revenue diversification and operational maturity. Most recently he served as the MD responsible for digital growth, platform modernization & monetization at the Jang Media Group. Formerly, he was MD at Digital Globe Services and a Board Member of its Asian Subsidiary. Prior to that he was the Associate Director at KPMG Middle East and the Global Head of Client Services at Afiniti. Faizan has a BS from Purdue University and an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is a past Sr. Vice Chairman of the Pakistan Software Houses Association. Faizan serves on the Board of Advisors for the Nest I/O. He is a Certified Director from the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance. He is also a Global Mentor at the Google Launch Pad Accelerator Program and serves as a Customer Advisory Board Member with Google Chrome.
Harris Jamali brings over a decade of international strategic and financial advisory experience and in-depth sector expertise across the transport and logistics value chain. Based out of London, Harris worked regularly with global blue-chips as well as regional players across all major markets from the US, UK, Europe, Latin America, India, China and the Middle East executing announced public and private transactions worth over $150bn. Starting his career at Merrill Lynch (now Bank of America Merrill Lynch), Harris spent seven years within the EMEA Industrials team before moving across to Jefferies International where he was a Senior Director focusing on Transport and Logistics. Harris graduated with a BSc in Mathematics and Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
These appointments aim to realise the true potential of the company and continue delivering value for its customers nationwide and globally, whilst also connecting new regional trade lanes and deepening access to grassroots communities. News Desk