Bahri Commits To Indian Expansion

Shipping lines aims to increase strategic industry collaborations

Saudi Arabia’s national shipping company Bahri said it intends to bolster its relationship with Indian ports as it plans sustained expansion in the Indian market.
Focusing on strategic industry collaborations, the group plans to expands its market footprint in India and build on “strong and direct relations with customers and partners” in the country.
“We have steadily expanded and deepened our presence in this thriving market [and] remain committed to stepping up our efforts towards catering to their varied and evolving needs, and will continue to build on our nearly two decades’ experience in this market to unleash its enormous potential for further growth and profitability,” said Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri.

Bahri is one of the largest maritime services provider in the world and alongside a fleet of breakbulk vessels also operates several double-hull very large crude carriers, chemical carriers, dry bulkers and multipurpose roll-on, roll-off vessels.
Photo: Bahri vessel. Credit: Bahri