Saudi Arabian shipping and logistics operator, Bahri, recently hosted a gala dinner for customers and business partners in Mumbai. The occasion underlined the company’s commitment to strengthening links with the fast growing Indian market. More than 250 business leaders and executives from across the shipping and logistics industry in India, as well as major export-import trading companies, attended the event which took place on 29th March at The Taj Mahal Palace.
Speaking in Mumbai, Abdullah Aldubaikhi, Chief Executive of Bahri said: “We have steadily expanded and deepened our presence in this thriving market, offering our industry-leading and technology-driven onshore and offshore services. Reflecting this robust growth, the number of voyages by our vessels serving Indian customers have risen significantly over the years.”
Linking India with key global markets along the Arabian Gulf, Red Sea, the Mediterranean, and the United States, using its fleet of RoCon vessels, Bahri has established itself as a prominent player in the country’s maritime sector. The company’s services also help connect India to Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean through transshipment hubs. Bahri has recently announced that it is expanding its direct liner service from Mumbai to Brazil, with ports in Africa offered on an inducement basis.