Khalifa Bin Salman Port, Hidd, Bahrain. Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), operated by APM Terminals Bahrain, proudly welcomed M.V AS Sophia (UIG service) on her 50th voyage on 30th April 2021.
Abu Dhabi Ports feeder services company, “Safeen Feeders” inaugural ‘UIG’ service (operated in partnership with Bengal Tiger Line) commenced its maiden voyage with KBSP as a port of call in July 2020. Since then, the weekly UIG service has provided stable weekly connections for the Trade from Bahrain to gateway ports in the Arabian Gulf and Indian Subcontinent.
This milestone not only demonstrates Bahrain’s efficient and customer-Centric maritime services but also underscores the partnership between APM Terminals and the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, working together to contribute towards Bahrain's 2030 Vision.
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