Bahri's 'NCC Amal' transports first chemical shipment from Aramco Trading Company

Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, announced the transportation of the first chemical shipment from Aramco Trading Company (ATC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Saudi Aramco that trades refined, liquid chemical and polymer products, via NCC Amal, a 45,000 DWT Bahri chemical tanker which left Port of Rabigh heading to China.

The shipment, which contains 25,000 metric tonnes of paraxylene (PX) and 20,000 metric tonnes of monoethylene glycol (MEG), marks the completion of Phase II of the Petro Rabigh Company (PRC) project, which was celebrated at a special ceremony in the presence of Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, Nasser D. Al-Mahasher, CEO of PRC, Ibrahim Q. Al-Buainain, CEO of ATC, and other representatives from the three companies.

(LtoR) Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, Nasser D. Al-Mahasher, CEO of PRC

NCC Amal will transport monoethylene glycol (MEG) in addition to the first paraxylene (PX) cargo, which will be sold during its turnaround to the worlds largest PX consumers through S-OIL, a leading company in the lubricant market, established in 1976 and 63.4% of its shares is owned by Saudi Aramco.

Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, said, Bahri enjoys a long-standing relationship with Aramco Trading Company and Petro Rabigh Company, and the completion of the Phase II of the PRC project initiated by ATC, PRC, and Bahri Chemicals, represents the success o....

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