Mawani Launches New Road Expansions at Jeddah Islamic Port

Mawani Launches New Road Expansions at Jeddah Islamic Port

Expansions will play a major role in raising the average truck exit rate from 3,600 to 8,000 vehicles per day

The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) in partnership with the Emirate of Makkah Province has officially launched the new Gate 9 expansion at Jeddah Islamic Port after the rehabilitation of Aramco Refinery’s western road as per local and global best practices.

This will enhance the port’s operational efficiency using sustainable development standards, while offering best-in-class services to improve the customer experience.

The $4.5 million expansion and development project will play a major role in raising the average truck exit rate from 3,600 to 8,000 vehicles per day, as well as shorten the transition time between Jeddah Islamic Port and Al Khumra Warehouse City from 40 to 25 minutes.

The route remains accessible around the clock, enabling trucks to swiftly enter and exit through four lanes equipped with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology.

Mawani has joined forces with its partners from the public and private sectors to modernize ports’ infrastructure in the Kingdom and scale up its overall efficiency to achieve sustainability, digitalization, and innovation, which helps in maintaining a safe and smooth functioning of supply chain activities.

Mawani has revamped key roads within Jeddah Islamic Port spanning 2000 meters, which include the expansion of Road 35 from 3 to 5 lanes, to offer world-class logistics solutions, boost local supply chains, bolster economic development, and facilitate transportation to warehouses in record time.

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