Mon. Aug 19th, 2019

Bahri participates in Breakbulk Middle East 2019

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Saudi shipping company Bahri recently participated in Breakbulk Middle East 2019, which was inaugurated by Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al-Nuaimi, the UAE’s minister of infrastructure development.

Bahri Logistics, one of the top 10 breakbulk carriers in the world and one of the five business units within Bahri, showcased its extensive range of innovation-driven services and solutions at the event. The fourth edition of Breakbulk Middle East was held from Feb.11-12 at Dubai World Trade Centre. It is the region’s only exhibition and conference dedicated to the project cargo and breakbulk industry. This year’s event featured exhibitors and participants from over 50 countries, who took part in a series of lively panel discussions, case studies and networking opportunities. 

Ahmed Al-Ghaith, president of Bahri Logistics, said: “Breakbulk Middle East provided an outstanding platform for us to connect with key stakeholders and potential customers to further our long-term growth objectives. The event also enabled us to gain a deeper understanding on the latest industry developments and share knowledge with our partners as we strive to develop innovative new services and solutions that answer the evolving needs of our customers.”

Al-Ghaith added: “We have always been an industry leader when it comes to technology and innovation, and events like these help us to identify fresh ways to enhance our offerings and drive increased value for our stakeholders. Bahri remains the industry benchmark for excellence in quality, safety and customer satisfaction, and will continue to drive further transformation throughout the global maritime industry.” 

Bahri has closely aligned its business strategy to Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, in support of the Kingdom’s ambitious economic goals. The company has identified the government’s diversification plans as a key priority and is playing an important role in increasing the private sector’s contribution and the share of non-oil exports to its national GDP.

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