Bahri links HAROPA - Port of Le Havre to Red Sea and Arabian Gulf

Six ro-ro, conventional and heavy-lift cargo ships have been deployed on Bahri’s new French service.
Bahri, Maritime, Shipping, Le havre, France, Ro-ro

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HAROPA - Port of Le Havre has berthed six Saudi Arabian national shipping line vessels with a ro-ro service for containers, as well as conventional and heavy-lift cargo, since the beginning of June.

The new bimonthly service, which links HAROPA to the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf, provides a more direct route for various export goods such as new vehicles, construction machinery and electric power generators, as well as railway and miscellaneous construction equipment.

Six ships have been deployed as part of the service. Among them, the Bahri Tabuk, which opened the new sea link to the ro-ro terminal in Le Havre.

These 225m-long vessels are equipped with an access ramp with a capacity of 250 tonnes and two cranes each lifting 120 tonnes.

In Le Havre, Bahri are represented by Shipping Agency Service, a subsidiary of the Naxco group.