Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, has signed a five-year framework agreement worth SAR 300 million with Saudi Arabia’s Presidency of State Security (PSS). Under the terms of this agreement, which encompasses various internal and external sea, air, and land transport and freight services, Bahri will serve as the official carrier for the Presidency of State Security and all its divisions. In the presence of the Head of the Presidency of State Security H.E. Abdulaziz Al-Howairini and Bahri Chairman Mohammed Al-Sarhan, and officials from both parties, the agreement was signed by the Deputy Head of State Security for Financial Affairs and Support Services Saleh Al-Dabbasi and Bahri CEO Eng. Abdullah Aldubaikhi.
Mohammed Al-Sarhan said: “We would like to extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to the Presidency of State Security for choosing Bahri exclusively and giving us the opportunity to deliver our services to all PSS divisions. This confirms the trust that Bahri has earned in the fields of logistics and transportation, and this agreement also reflects our commitment to strategic cooperation with different government institutions and agencies.”
Bahri has been operating in the maritime transport field for over 40 years with extensive experience in sea, air, and land transportation and freight. Bahri is one of the largest owners and operators of Very Large Crude-oil Carriers (VLCCs) in the world, and the largest owner of chemical tankers in the Middle East. The company is committed to playing an integral and leading role in realizing Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 by continuously enhancing and expanding its services and presence across the world, enabling the opening of new trade routes, and positioning the Kingdom as a unique regional logistics gateway to three continents.