Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – King Abdulaziz Port revealed the arrival of 27 containers coming from Qatar, after reaching an agreement to solve the Gulf crisis during the recent summit meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Resumption of commercial movement between the Kingdom and the State of Qatar, with the arrival of 27 containers from # Port_Hamad to # King_Abdulaziz Port https://t.co/XKHwfhUbMU
This came in a tweet by the Saudi port on its official page on the social networking site, Twitter, in which it stated: “The resumption of commercial movement between the Kingdom and the State of Qatar, with the arrival of 27 containers from Hamad Port to King Abdulaziz Port.”
King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam is considered “the main port of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the Arabian Gulf. It is the main gateway for goods from all over the world to enter the eastern and central regions of the Kingdom, in addition to that it provides specialized services such as the oil industry,” according to the port’s official website.
The port is “a center of excellence at the national, regional and international levels in the field of cargo handling to serve importers and exporters, providing logistics services and the field of the maritime transport industry, by pursuing a pioneering and proactive role in providing high-quality services to all its dealers, and working to entrench the institutional concept while ensuring the modernization and development of systems and methods in The field of procedures for providing service to its recipients in order to reach an advanced level of achieving comprehensive quality in performance and building a distinguished regional economy in cooperation with the private sector, whose positive effects are reflected in improving the citizen’s standard of living and well-being in the Kingdom, “according to the official website.