National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has joined a meeting with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to talk about Saudi Arabia’s candidacy for the membership of the IMO Council under Category (C).
In line with its constant support to Saudi government initiatives and the role it is playing in accelerating the international maritime trade growth, senior representatives from Bahri joined other members of a KSA delegation in participating in board meetings of the IMO.
The meetings, which come as part of the Kingdom’s preparations to submit its candidacy for the membership, took place at the IMO’s headquarters in London, UK.
“Bahri has a long tradition of supporting Saudi government initiatives and representing the nation at important regional and international meetings and conferences to advance the reputation of the Kingdom’s shipping industry and promote its strategic interests,” said Wael Al-Sarhan, Senior Vice President – Marketing, Bahri.
“Saudi Arabia is home to one of the world’s most vibrant transportation and logistics industries, and we at Bahri are dedicated to supporting the logistics goals outlined in Saudi Vision 2030 – both through our business operations and by utilizing our good offices – thus, contributing toward the overall economic development of the nation and the wellbeing of its people,” Al-Sarhan added.