Chennai, India April 2019:Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, recently hosted its customers and partners in India, underlining the company’s commitment to strengthening partnerships and enhancing customer satisfaction and shareholder value. More than 250 senior leaders, executives, and representatives from across the shipping and logistics industry in India, as well as major export-import trading companies, attended the event .
Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri said: “As one of the mainstays of India’s rapidly-growing economy, the domestic maritime logistics and shipping sector has been witnessing tremendous growth in recent years. With Bahri India, 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.”
“We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to our customers and partners in the country who have continued to be an integral part of our success story. We 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,” added Aldubaikhi.
Linking India with key global markets along the Arabian Gulf, Red Sea, the Mediterranean, and the United States via a fast and reliable liner service using its fleet of state-of-the-art RoCon vessels, Bahri has firmly establisheditself as a prominent player in the country’s maritime sector. The company’s service also helps connect India to Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean via internationally recognized transshipment hubs.Bahri Logistics, one of Bahri’s five business units, has been present in India since 2000, operating six state-of-the-art multipurpose vessels on a regular liner schedule, all uniquely designed to carry project, ro-ro, breakbulk, and container cargo in a single voyage