Abdullah Aldubaikhi is the CEO of Bahri, a leading global transportation and logistics company positioned as the national shipping carrier of Saudi Arabia. The company structures its operations around six business units — oil, chemicals, logistics, dry bulk, ship management, and data.
Bahri recently hosted its customers and partners at a gala dinner in Mumbai, India, underlining the company’s commitment to strengthening partnerships and enhancing customer satisfaction and shareholder value. More than 250 senior leaders, executives and representatives from across the shipping and logistics industry in India, as well as major export-import trading companies, attended the event on March 29 at the Taj Mahal Palace.
Speaking at the event, Aldubaikhi said: “As one of the mainstays of India’s rapidly growing economy, the domestic maritime logistics and shipping sector has been witnessing tremendous growth in recent years.”
Al-Dubaikhi has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, and an executive MBA from Oxford University.
He has more than 30 years of executive experience in communications, IT, banking, commerce and investment. He was the CEO of Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company and held senior management roles at Afwaf Investment, AwalNet, and DowLog. He was appointed CEO of Bahri in January 2018 and is a member of the joint business councils between Saudi Arabia and Canada, Russia and France.