About The port
As the Kingdom's largest outlet for crude and refined petroleum and petrochemicals on the Red Sea coast, King Fahad Industrial Port in Yanbu is one of Saudi Arabia's most vital ports. Built in 1980, the port is midway between the Far East, Europe, and North America on shipping routes across the Suez Canal and the Bab Al Mandab Strait at either of the Red Sea. Along with crude and refined petroleum and gas products, the port also serves the needs of national industrial complexes that export their liquid and solid petrochemicals and import the equipment and machinery they need for production.
Assets and Facilities
- The Red Sea's largest export outlet for Saudi Arabia's crude and refined petroleum and petrochemicals.
- 210 million tons annual capacity; 3 berths; comprehensive terminals; can accommodate up to 500,000-ton vessels.
|Capacity||210 m tons|