Saudi Maritime Congress - Connecting Saudi Arabia's shipping and logistic sectors

Exhibitors

Saudi Maritime Congress attracts the region’s most affluent maritime leaders – making the opportunity for brand exposure all the stronger. Whatever your budget or brand objectives, we have a solution for you. Looking ahead to Saudi’s Vision 2030, join us to learn from maritime’s most prominent personalities and experts and hear about the major factors affecting the future of Saudi’s regional industry and how this will affect your business.

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Al Blagha Group
Established in 1990, Al Blagha Group (ABG) is a Saudi Group of companies specialized in marine infrastructure and industrial services, port and shipyard operations, marine transportation and logistics. With over 4000 employees, ABG group has operational unites all over Saudi Arabia including Dammam, Jeddah, Diba, Yanbu and Jizan, with our headquarters located in Riyadh. Affiliated ABG companies participating in the third Saudi Maritime Congress are Al Blagha Industrial (ABIC), and the Maritime Company for Navigation (MACNA). ABIC operates Dammam Shipyard, the only dry dock facility on the Arabian Gulf coast of the Kingdom, and provides maintenance services, repair and refurbishment activities for the commercial, defense and offshore marine sectors. ABGI has a strong presence on the Red Sea coast through Jeddah Ship Repair. With over 24 years’ experience in maritime industry, the Maritime Company for Navigation (MACNA) is the oldest Saudi company and leader in the Red Sea...
Part of the Riyadh based Al Blagha Group, Al Blagha Industrial with its operating units in Jeddah, Diba and Yanbu is a Saudi Limited Liability Company providing several marine services including ship repair, dry docks for vessels, mechanical and electrical engineering, fabrication, piping, berthing & general Labor Services.
ASRY
ASRY is the Arabian Gulf’s most experienced maritime repair and fabrication facility. Founded in 1977 in Bahrain, ASRY has over 40 years of experience in marine asset optimisation. Its leading range of facilities includes a 500,000dwt dry-dock, two floating docks of 252m and 227m in length, 15 repair berths with a total length of approximately 5,000m, twin 255m slipways, as well as a 250,000+sqm fabrication area, and a full range of workshops and service centres. ASRY’s operates in four sectors – Ship Repair & Conversion, Rig Repair & Conversion, Naval Repair & Conversion, and Fabrication & Engineering– which combined cover all types of vessel repair including jack-up rigs and other offshore assets, as well as fabrication of onshore and offshore industrial components.