King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam

​The Kingdom's Eastern Trade Gateway

13

Ports

290

Platforms

15

thousand Ships

20

million containers

1.1

billion tons

Vessels Schedule

A​bout The port​

As Saudi Arabia's eastern maritime gateway and the Kingdom's main port on the Arabian Gulf, King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam is the major entryway for cargosheaded to the country's eastern and central regions from all over the world. It has a direct railway connection with the Dry Port in the capital Riyadh. The port was built by Saudi Aramco to meet the rapidly increasing demands of the national oil industry under the orders of King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al Saud. After further expansions, the port was officially renamed from Dammam Port to King Abdulaziz Port in 1961.

 

Assets and Facilities

●    43 fully equipped berths with mega-ship capabilities

●    Fully operational services, modern cargos handling equipment, and container and general cargos support terminals 

●    Other support terminals include a refrigerated cargos terminal; two cement terminals; one for black portland cement and clinker exports and one for white portland cement; one bulk grain terminal; one iron ore terminal; one vessel building berth; and oil and gas terminals

●    A vessel repair facility with two berths that can each handle a vessel up to 215 meters in length

 

Area 19km2
Berths 43
Terminals 3
Capacity 105m tons
Terminal operators 14

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contact us

King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam

Tel: +966138583199   Fax: +966138571727

PO Box: 28062 Dammam 31437​