Bahri Rolls Out BahriBunge Dry Bulk

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 5, 2017

Following announcement in Feb 2017, new joint venture plans to ship over 5 million metric tons of dry bulk commodities in its first year of operation. Photo: Bahri

Following announcement in Feb 2017, new joint venture plans to ship over 5 million metric tons of dry bulk commodities in its first year of operation. Photo: Bahri

Following the announcement of the joint venture agreement by Bahri, a global leader in transportation and logistics, and Koninklijke Bunge, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bunge Limited, a global agribusiness and food company, the two companies recently inaugurated the offices of BahriBunge Dry Bulk Ltd. in Dubai, UAE. 

 
In celebration of the occasion and reveal of the new company’s logo, Mr. Abdulrahman M. Al-Mofadhi, Chairman of Bahri hosted a special ceremony at Burj Al Arab in the presence of several Bahri board members, top industry high-level executives, representatives from Bunge, heads of Bahri’s business units, in addition to a number of officials representing major multinational companies. 
 
With plans to ship over 5 million metric tons of dry bulk commodities in its first year, the new company will step up the import and export of dry bulk goods and ocean freight material in and out of the Middle East while strengthening the operations of Bahri Dry Bulk, a business unit within Bahri. 
 
‎BahriBunge Dry Bulk Ltd. and the vessels chartered under its domain will provide exclusive freight transportation services to international customers, with a key focus on mobility of freight in the Middle East. As part of the agreement, Bahri Dry Bulk will own 60% of the shares in the venture and Bunge will own the remaining 40%. 
 
The joint venture, which is financed pro rata by Bahri Dry Bulk and Bunge, will charter and commercially operate SUPRAMAX and/or PANAMAX (and/or other suitably-sized dry bulk vessels) initially from the fleet currently owned or managed by Bahri Dry Bulk, and subsequently from third parties. 
 
Headquartered in Dubai, the new company plans to ship over five million metric tons of dry bulk commodities in its first year of operation, with aims to gradually increase operations for the volume figures to touch double-digits.
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