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Bahri’s Unrivaled Maritime Capabilities in The Spotlight at Saudi Logistics Conference 2019

Underlining its enduring commitment to the advancement of the maritime industry, Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, has participated in the Saudi Logistics Conference 2019. Held under the patronage of Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Transportation, Dr. Nabil...

Bahri Participates in Breakbulk Americas for The Sixth Consecutive Year

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – 13 October 2019: Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, has participated in Breakbulk Americas 2019 which took place from 8 - 10 October at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. The...

Dubai Customs: 1.2 Million Transactions in Ducamz and Dry Port

Dubai Cars and Automotive Zone's, Ducamz's, customs centre has announced that it processed 429,602 transactions and made 31 seizures in 2018, compared to 268,070 transactions and 14 seizures in the first half of 2019. Meanwhile, Dry Port customs centre...

ABB’s Digital Solution for Shipping Fleets Helps to Further Reduce Fuel Costs and Environmental...

CCPO offers high quality service to its charter clients and professional ship management for 111 of own and third-party ships. They were an early adopter of the smart engine performance diagnostics software, Tekomar XPERT, during its initial release in...

Dubai in Top 5 Global International Shipping Centres

Dubai has made the top 5 in the 2019 Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development, ISCD, Index for the second year running. The index provides an independent ranking of the performance of the world’s largest cities that offer port and shipping...

U.S.-Bound Shipments Trend Down in June

Following a three-month stretch of gains from March through April, United States-bound waterborne shipments fell in June, according to data recently issued by global trade intelligence firm Panjiva. The gains from March through April followed a decline in February,...

Saudi Port Receives 28 Cranes Amid Major Expansion Plan

King Abdullah Port in Saudi Arabia has received 28 cranes as part of plans to expand its container terminals. Technical teams are currently assembling the cranes and they are expected to begin operating at the beginning of next year as part of...

China on Track to Overtake Japan This Year as The World’s Top Importer of...

China is on track to overtake Japan this year as the world’s top importer of LNG, according to a new report from Banchero Costa. In 2018, China’s imports of LNG soared 40.4%year-on-year to a record 53.8m tonnes, according to figures...

Digital Shipping Register to Launch in Denmark in 2020

Denmark has kicked off the process of becoming one of the first in the world to have a digital register of shipping. According to the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA), development of the register is already underway and is expected to...

Bahri aunches ‘iSupplier’ Platform to Streamline Procurement

Online platform to enable easy access to a larger segment of suppliers and contractors in Saudi Arabia’s private sector Further strengthening its commitment to enhancing the quality of its services and deepening business relationship with key partners, Bahri, a...
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