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Bahri’s unrivaled maritime capabilities in the spotlight at Saudi Logistics Conference 2019

15 OCT 2019

Riyadh, KSA–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 bin Mohammed Al-Amoudi, the event took place from October 13 – 15 at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre.


The three-day event offered an outstanding platform for Bahri to showcase its innovation-driven services and advanced maritime capabilities and solutions. The company was presented with an award by the conference organizers in recognition of its contributions, which was received on behalf of the company by Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri.


Aldubaikhi commented: “We are pleased to participate in the Saudi Logistics Conference 2019, one of the region’s most significant industry gatherings. Exhibitions of this caliber offer exciting opportunities to network with key stakeholders and explore the latest developments in logistics and transportation. As the flagbearer of Saudi Arabia’s fast-growing maritime sector, Bahri has carved out a reputation as a global leader with unparalleled capabilities. Driven by our relentless pursuit of innovation, we remain committed to seeking out fresh avenues to enhance our offerings and support the Kingdom’s drive to create a unique international logistics hub and transportation gateway, in line with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.”


During the conference, the Saudi Ports Authority announced the largest integrated logistics zone in the Kingdom, which will exceed 2 million square meters in its first phase. The new facility is designed to contribute to strengthening the Kingdom's strategic position as a key connection between Europe, Asia, and Africa.


The annual Saudi Logistics Conference is one of the foremost regional gatherings for the supply chain and logistics sector, and brought together more than 2,000 industry experts and senior executives from major local and international companies to explore the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.