The Saudi Maintenance and Supply Chain Management company (SMSCMC) and the Saudi National Shipping Company “Bahri” signed today, on the 8th of March 2022, an agreement for joint work in aspects related to aviation and space, ship systems, land systems and information security, on the side-lines of their participation in the World Defense Show in Riyadh. The agreement aims to enhance the joint collaboration in providing supply and supply chains that suit the aspirations of the industrial renaissance that the Kingdom seeks to achieve.
The agreement was signed by Jeremy Charmak, SMSCMC CEO, and Eng. Abdullah Aldubaikhi, Bahri CEO, in the attendance of officials from both sides.
From his part, Jeremy Charmak, said that signing the memorandum comes from our strategy towards the Kingdom and beyond. SMSCMC has been expanding and strengthening its successful partnership with Bahri in order to support the Saudi national Vision2030 by developing local capabilities, and achieving sustainable and continuous growth by transferring technology and knowledge to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Since the establishment of SMSCMC in 2006, we have been committed to improve the capabilities of the Saudi Nationals creating jobs, and career growth in a very critical sector, and today, we operate in eight cities in Saudi Arabia and the UK.”
For his part, Eng. Abdullah bin Ali Al-Dubaikhi said: “As a company committed to contributing to Saudi Arabia’s maritime goals set out in Saudi Vision 2030, Bahri sees this agreement with SMSCMC as key step towards boosting the Kingdom’s supply chain sector. The strategic partnerships being forged with national companies such as SMSCMC in the next few years will prove the most fruitful for our long-term growth and stability, both regionally and internationally.”