Launching a new shipping line between Saudi Arabia and Djibouti

Launching a new shipping line between Saudi Arabia and Djibouti
Launching a new shipping line between Saudi Arabia and Djibouti

Transmar, a subsidiary of IACC Holding Group, announced its expansion plan in shipping services, by linking the ports of Jeddah and Djibouti, which is the company’s third new destination during 2021, as this step enhances the company’s position, as one of the most important regional container lines. Which covers all major ports of the Red Sea, supporting the regional role of Egypt and Saudi Arabia, as they are major exporters in the Middle East and Africa.Speaking about the importance of this project, Ahmed Al-Ahwal, Commercial Director of Transmar, said: “The launch of a new shipping line comes in support of Transmar’s mission in linking and facilitating trade and serving major companies and investments in the region. Connecting Jeddah Port with the Port of Djibouti is an important step towards Enhancing Saudi Arabia’s petrochemical exports in the region.

The Commercial Director continued, “Transmar is committed to facilitating and enhancing trade in the region, which results in the creation of a supply chain that is flexible and reliable, and has the ability to continue, and therefore we see that our goals are in line with the vision of Egypt and Saudi Arabia 2030, and Transmar seeks To be part of the economic growth and development in both countries, as we have been used to for more than four decades.”

For his part, Mohamed Salah, Director of Transmar in Saudi Arabia, said: “We are very proud to be able to offer this new service in Djibouti, which will be available weekly to connect Jeddah and Djibouti, with the aim of meeting the growing needs of the petrochemical sector in Saudi Arabia, which we are proud of. By providing our services to him over the past three decades.”

On the other hand, the addition of the port of Djibouti in shipping services represents the third phase of Transmar’s expansion plan since the beginning of the year, after adding the ports of Aqaba in Jordan and Ain Sukhna in Egypt. In order to enhance the company’s growth, Transmar has invested in adding more than 4,000 new containers. , in 2021, bringing its total fleet size to 16,000 containers.

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