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“Mawani” signs 7 agreements to establish an integrated logistics zone and modern technologies in Saudi ports

 “Mawani” signed (7) contracts and memoranda of understanding (MoU) in cooperation with its partners in the public and private sectors;

Most notably, the establishment of an integrated logistics zone and a re-export zone in Jeddah Islamic Port, the development of infrastructure with the latest international standards, as well as the development of new port community management systems;

With an investment value of nearly 900 million riyals, on the sidelines of the Saudi Maritime Congress hosted by Dammam from 28-29 September 2022 AD, under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Ahmed bin Fahd bin Salman, Deputy Governor of the Eastern Province.

The first contract includes the signing of “Mawani” and the “Globe” Group, a contract for the establishment of an integrated logistics zone and a re-export zone in Jeddah Islamic Port on an area of ​​135,000 square meters; This contributes to the provision and settlement of job opportunities and supports national companies specialized in the logistics sector.

In order to enhance the food security system through the Jeddah Islamic Port, the authority and the Projects Company for Marine Services signed a contract for the construction of new berths with a design depth of 16 meters for berths (from 26 to 31), and a length of 1100 meters in the multi-goods terminal, with a value of more than 458 million riyals, with the aim of finding new berths it accommodates large bulk grain carriers, develops the port infrastructure to receive larger ships that cover the needs of the local market, and secures the Kingdom’s strategic reserve by increasing the amount of imported grain.

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In order to consolidate the position of Jeddah Islamic Port as a leading logistic platform, Mawani signed a contract with the joint venture of Leaders of Modern Construction Ltd. and Saudi Huta Heger Field to implement a project to deepen the approach channels, the circulation dock, sea lanes and the southern terminal dock, with a value of 184 million riyals, facilitating the reception of giant container ships that Its tonnage reaches 24,000 TEUs, and contributes to increasing the port’s competitiveness and attracting more international shipping lines.

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A contract was signed to implement the security system project at King Fahd Industrial Port in Yanbu with Giza Arabian Systems Company, with a value of about 61 million riyals, which raises the efficiency of facilities. It develops the port’s security system and increases control in accordance with the best international standards.

In the same context, Mawani and King Abdulaziz University signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at activating best practices in the areas of research, training and academic affairs related to the work of the maritime transport sector and ports, and enhancing joint cooperation in the areas of occupational safety and health, as well as with regard to maritime law and investigations into marine accidents and injuries.

In addition to protecting the environment from oil spills and pollution from bunkering operations.

The authority concluded a memorandum of understanding with the Saudi Accreditation Center aimed at providing accreditation services to conformity assessment bodies contracting with “Mawani”, and enhancing ways of cooperation in the areas of training and exchange of experiences, in a way that supports national efforts to protect the consumer, and maintains public health and safety in accordance with assessment standards in the Kingdom.

Also, Mawani and the Saudi Company for Electronic Information Exchange signed a memorandum of understanding to develop the new port community management systems and apply the techniques of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Saudi ports, within the framework of the Smart Ports initiative by expanding the services provided in the ports and doubling them from 46 current services to 150 targeted services. To achieve digital transformation trends in the logistics sector.

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During its participation in the conference, Mawani worked to enhance communication and present promising services and solutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and received in its pavilion the pioneers and specialists in the maritime transport, shipping and logistics sectors at the local and global levels to learn about the latest developments in Saudi ports in terms of development and modernization in maritime systems.

It is noteworthy that the Saudi Maritime Conference is held annually in cooperation with the Saudi Ports Authority “Mawani”, the Saudi National Shipping Company “Bahri” and a group of strategic founding partners. Development and investment in line with Vision 2030, which aims to make Saudi Arabia a prominent maritime center in the Middle East

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