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Combined photo of the video-signing ceremony. (Alef international)
DUBAI--The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) announced Monday the signing of an agreement worth more than 7 billion riyals ($1.9 billion) with Saudi Global Ports (SGP) to build and operate container terminals at a port in Dammam.
SGP will build, operate and transfer the container terminals on a 30-year contract. The project will increase the King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam’s capacity to reach 7.5 million containers and will provide more than 4,000 job opportunities in the port and logistics sector, Mawani said.
Minister of Transport and Chairman of the Saudi Ports Authority Saleh Al-Jasser said “the new project will help raise the rank of the Kingdom at the logistics performance index to become among the 25 best countries in the world.”
President of the Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) Saad Alkhalb pointed out that the “new agreements will contribute mainly to developing berths, increasing the capacity of container terminals in King Abdulaziz Port by more than 120% and providing integrated solutions to operate container terminals.”
(With Mawani, agencies)
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