Showcasing its world-class maritime capabilities and expertise before a global audience from over 115 countries, Bahri Logistics concluded its successful participation at the second edition of the World Defense Show (WDS) held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from 4-8 February 2024.
Bahri Logistics, one of Bahri's six business units, showcased its cutting-edge logistics solutions and services at the global biennial defense and security event attended by over 750 exhibitors and more than 100,000 visitors. On the sidelines of the WDS, Bahri Logistics signed two strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Boeing Saudi Arabia and GDC Middle East.
The collaboration between Bahri Logistics and Boeing Saudi Arabia aims to explore potential opportunities within the supply chain and distribution landscape of Saudi Arabia, while the strategic partnership with GDC Middle East envisions establishing a framework for collaboration in the field of freight forwarding services by mutually leveraging each other’s expertise, capabilities, and resources.
On this occasion, Eng. Soror Basalom, President of Bahri Integrated Logistics, said: "At Bahri Integrated Logistics, we are always keen to showcase our industry-leading capabilities and innovative services before the world. The leading event served as a leading platform to showcase our services and expertise and network with global industry leaders. We are delighted to sign MoUs with Boeing Saudi Arabia and GDC Middle East, which reflect our ongoing commitments to enhancing our services, consolidating our prominent position as an industry leader, and actively contributing to achieving the objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030.”
Among the prominent displays by Bahri Integrated Logistics at WDS 2024 were its remarkable logistics capabilities and expertise in transporting diverse military cargoes, a comprehensive suite of end-to-end solutions.
Organized and founded by Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Military Industries, WDS is touted to be the ultimate B2B platform for the defense industry that showcases the future of the sector through technological developments from around the world. The second edition of the global event featured about 750 exhibitors from over 45 countries and was attended by over 100,000 international delegations.