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Business Units


Bahri Oil

  • Bahri Oil was established in 1996 to serve the crude oil transportation and logistics needs of Saudi Arabia and other oil-producing countries in the region. Presently, Bahri Oil commercially manages a total of 41 VLCCs

Bahri Chemicals

  • Bahri Chemicals is a leading chemical/product tanker owner and operator and the largest in the Middle East. Established in 1990, Bahri Chemicals’ fleet consists of 36 chemical/product tankers with a fleet capacity of 1.3 million DWT and designed to the highest specifications, capable of carrying a wide range of chemical cargoes

Bahri Logistics

  • Founded in 1979, Bahri Logistics was the first strategic business unit to be created within Bahri. Bringing a novel approach to its focus on optimal cargo mix, Bahri Logistics operates a total of 6 state-of-the-art multipurpose vessels on a regular liner schedule

Bahri Dry Bulk

  • Bahri Dry Bulk was set up in 2010 as a Joint Venture (JV) between Bahri and Arabian Agricultural Services Company (ARASCO), with a mandate to acquire, own, charter and commercially operate a fleet of dry bulk vessels. The JV paved the way for Bahri’s diversification into dry bulk transportation, which represents about 23% of the total cargo imported to Saudi Arabia

Bahri Ship Management

  • Bahri Ship Management was established in the year 1996 jointly by Bahri and Acomarit, a ship management company based in Scotland, to provide quality ship management services to companies across the region. Based in Dubai, the company presently manages 85 ships comprising VLCCs, chemical carriers, dry bulk ships and Ro-Ros

Bahri Data

  • Incepted in 2015, Bahri Data is focused on leading cross-functional initiatives to unearth the knowledge hidden inside massive amounts of data and thus create transformative impacts in the maritime industry