Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) was established in 1976 as a specialized working system for constructing and managing Saudi ports at a high-efficiency level. As a result, Saudi Ports Authority succeeded in transforming the Saudi ports into a vital economic feeder. After that, Saudi ports, with their diverse specialties, played a unique role in developing the regional and international maritime business, and transporting passengers, especially the visitors of holy places in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Ports Authority
|Region||Asia 1: South/West, East and Middle East||Country||Saudi Arabia|
|Member Type||Regular Member||Joined Year||1985|
|Ports||Jeddah Islamic Port, King Abdulaziz Port Dammam, King Fahad Industrial Port Yanbu, King Fahad Industrial Port Jubail, Jubail Commercial Port, Yanbu Commercial Port, Jizan Port, Dhiba Port, Ras Al-khair Port|
|Mission, Vision||Strategic Master Plans||Community Initiatives||Environmental Policies||Corporate By-Laws||Organization Chart|
|Corporate/ Port Brochure||Annual Reports||Financial Reports||Sustainerbility Reports||Port Regulations||Tariffs|
|Tenders||Lease Agreement||Development Program||Statistics||Business Directories||COVID-19|