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Bahri showcases its capabilities at Saudi Maritime Forum

2019/11/27

RIYADH

Reaffirming its commitment to driving growth and development of the Saudi maritime industry, Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, participated in the first edition of the Saudi International Maritime (SIM) Forum 2019, held this week in Riyadh. 
 
Bahri Logistics, one of five business units of Bahri, showcased its extensive portfolio of innovation-driven onshore and offshore maritime capabilities and solutions at the SIM Forum, which is organized by the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) under the theme ‘The importance of Securing Strategic Sea Routes.’ 
 
Commenting on the participation, Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, said: “Our participation in the Saudi International Maritime Forum illustrates our commitment to furthering our contribution towards the transformation of Saudi Arabia into a regional and global logistics hub as envisaged in the Saudi Vision 2030 program. The event provides us with an excellent platform not only to highlight Bahri Logistics’ solutions and services, but also to strengthen our relationships with our partners and customers and gain deep insights into new trends and opportunities in the industry.” 
 
Aldubaikhi added: “As a maritime industry leader, Bahri has been playing an integral role in shaping the growth of the domestic logistics and transportation sector in Saudi Arabia over the last four decades. We have always keenly pursued an ambitious strategy to expand our presence across the world and innovate our product offering to support the Kingdom’s ongoing efforts aimed at bolstering its capabilities and increasing its competitive edge in the global market.” 
 
One of the top 10 breakbulk carriers in the world, Bahri Logistics is the leading direct full liner service from the US East Coast, Canada, and Gulf Coast ports to Jeddah, Dubai, Dammam, and Mumbai. The business unit operates six state-of-the-art multipurpose vessels, which are all ‎uniquely designed to carry multiple types of cargo in a single voyage, including project, ro/ro, breakbulk, and container cargo.  – TradeArabia News Service






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