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FAQ

What cargo does Bahri not carry in reefers and why?

Cargo that can damage the interior of the container as well as some commodities classified as dangerous cannot be carried in Bahri’s reefer containers. Shippers are advised to contact their local Bahri agent when in doubt.

What safety measures are in place at Bahri ?

Bahri works closely with all of its affiliates to ensure that the highest safety standards are maintained across all business verticals of the organization. The management is acutely conscious of their responsibility towards the safety of its workforce, crew, vessels, client assets, environment and the community.

Where is Bahri Oil based?

Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. The office is located on Floor No. 28, Armada Tower 2, Cluster P, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road. The team can be reached on 00971-4-3840000, on email at [email protected] or via P.O. Box 6653, Dubai, UAE.

Who is the technical manager for Bahri’s VLCC fleet?

Bahri Ship Management.

How much oil does one VLCC carry?

A Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) is capable of safely carrying approximately 2,200,000 barrels or 330,000 metric tonnes of crude oil. 

How fast does a VLCC travel?

A VLCC’s normal speed is about 13 knots (nautical miles per hour) or 25 km/hr. Under certain conditions, they can achieve a speed as high as 16 knots or 30 km/hr.

Where do Bahri’s VLCCs load their cargoes?

Bahri’s VLCCs load their cargoes from all the major loading ports in the region such as Ras Tanura or Yanbu in Saudi Arabia, Sidi Kerir on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, and from other international ports in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, West Africa, and other regions.

What are Bahri’s most frequent discharge destination?

USA, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, India and the Far East (i.e. China, Japan and Korea).

What are Bahri’s Main Trading Routes?

Arabian Gulf/United States Gulf Coast, Arabian Gulf/Red Sea, Yanbu/Ain Sokhna, Sidi Kerir/Rotterdam, and Caribbean/East.

Where is Bahri Chemicals based?

Bahri Chemicals is based in Dubai, UAE. Bahri Chemicals’ Dubai Office is located at 3104, Liwa Heights, Cluster W, Jumeirah Lakes Towers. The team can be reached on 00971-4-4401700, on email at [email protected] or via P.O. Box 214459, Dubai, UAE.

Who is the technical manager for Bahri’s chemical and product tankers fleet?

Bahri Ship Management.

How much cargo does one chemical tanker carry?

Chemical tankers come in various sizes. Bahri Chemicals’ fleet includes twenty 45,000 to 46,000 DWT coated tank vessels, three 37,500 DWT stainless steel tank vessels, and one 75,000 DWT coated vessel.

What kind of cargo does Bahri Chemicals’ fleet carry ?

Bahri Chemicals’ fleet carries commodity bulk liquid chemicals (such as methanol, MTBE, glycol, various solvents, etc.), clean petroleum products (jet fuel, naphtha, gasoline, etc.), and vegetable oils (palm oil, etc.). Bahri Chemicals’ tankers do not carry acids or contaminated products.

Why are there coated and stainless steel tanks vessels ?

The type of tank and coating will influence the type of cargo it can carry. Strong acids will be carried in stainless steel tanks, whereas other cargoes can be carried in either epoxy or zinc coated vessels. Also, a stainless-steel tank costs a lot more than a coated tank.

How fast does a chemical tanker travel?

A chemical tanker’s normal operating speed is around 13 to 14 knots (nautical miles per hour) or 25 to 26 km/hr. Under certain conditions, the speed can go up to 15.5 knots or 29 km/hr.
 

Where do Bahri Chemicals’ tankers operate?

Bahri Chemicals operates and charters its vessels on a global basis with a dedicated hub in the GCC (Saudi Arabia). The most important trade lanes supporting Bahri Chemicals’ clients’ needs are Middle East to Far and South East Asia; Middle East to Mediterranean/Continental Europe; Far East to South East Asia; Far East and South East Asia to Middle East/Mediterranean and Continental Europe and Middle East to North America.