All OSN movie channels now in HD

Updated 25 June 2014
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All OSN movie channels now in HD

OSN, a major pay-TV network in the region, claims to be revolutionizing the home cinema experience, with the upgrade of two more movie channels to true high-definition (HD), making all of OSN’s movie lineup in glorious HD.
“In line with OSN’s promise to deliver a clear, crisp and compelling television experience, OSN Movies Festival and OSN Movies Kids have joined the networks fast growing HD offering, which is now up to 46 channels,” said David Butorac, CEO, OSN.
“OSN remains very proud of our unparalleled movie offering. There is simply no better place to watch movies than on OSN. The availability of high definition content is something OSN viewers have come to expect as standard and the launch of a further two HD channels allows us to accommodate the quality programming our subscribers demand. There is no better way to watch a movie than in high definition and now, OSN subscribers can watch all of our premium films in stunning HD,” he added.
“In maintaining our leadership, we look forward to bringing our customers more channels with even more choice of premium content in brilliant HD later this year,” Butorac stated.
OSN’s world-class lineup of HD movie channels include OSN Movies HD, OSN Movies HD+2, OSN Movies Action HD, OSN Movies Premiere HD, OSN Movies Drama HD, OSN Movies Comedy HD, and now OSN Movies Festival HD and OSN Movies Kids HD.
Since January 2014, OSN has launched three new HD channels, including Animal Planet HD, Discovery Science HD and Discovery Network’s TLC HD.


Bahri strengthens market footprint in Asia-Pacific region

Khalid Al-Garawi, senior manager, Bahri Chemicals.
Updated 21 April 2019
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Bahri strengthens market footprint in Asia-Pacific region

Saudi logistics and transportation company Bahri has announced the expansion of its market presence in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region’s maritime industry. The stronger presence will help the company gain deeper insights into market trends as well as customer needs in chemicals and logistics sectors in Singapore and the wider APAC region.
The announcement took place at a ceremony held on April 5 at Regent Hotel in Singapore, in the presence of Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, and senior executives of the region’s oil majors, petrochemical trading companies and ship brokers.
The expansion will also enable Bahri Logistics and Bahri Chemicals, two of five business units of the company, to market their offerings, acquire new clients, serve existing clients, and channelize the communications. Bahri has plans to expand the services of its other business units to the APAC region in the future.
Bahri CEO Aldubaikhi said: “In our efforts to deliver on Bahri’s vision of connecting economies, sharing prosperity, and driving excellence in global logistics services, we have been actively pursuing the company’s ambitious long-term strategy to drive sustainable growth and expand its market footprint. As a result, we have established a solid presence regionally and globally. Our expansion in the Asia-Pacific region represents a key milestone in our journey, and with this, we have come even closer to our customers, allowing us to serve them better offering a wider range of industry services and unprecedented value.”
Over the past 41 years, Bahri has steadily expanded market presence to cement its position as a global leader in the maritime industry. The company currently has offices in Saudi Arabia, UAE, US and India, in addition to a vast network of agents across the Middle East and Africa, US, Europe, and Asia.
Bahri Chemicals is the largest owner and operator of chemical carriers in the Middle East, serving 150 ports worldwide. It owns and operates 36 chemical/product tankers with a capacity of 1.1 million DWT designed to the highest specifications, capable of carrying a wide range of chemical cargoes. The first business unit within Bahri, Bahri Logistics, is one of the top 10 breakbulk carriers in the world and operates six new state-of-the-art multipurpose vessels with 26,000 DWT each on a regular liner schedule.