World Post cargo delivery and shipping service understands the importance of international trade and business ties between the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia occupies most of the Arabian Peninsula with the free access to the Red Sea and a Persian Gulf coasts. Both countries show incredible economic growth and this shipping direction is of high demand at the international cargo delivery market. Bordering on the east with the United Arab Emirates, every day tons of different cargoes are imported to the Kingdom from the UAE. Due to perfect transport infrastructure of these Arab states, it takes few time and effort. World Post is at your disposal to make fast and secure shipping from the UAE.
How does World Post deliver from the UAE to Saudi Arabia?
World Post offers partners and customers various shipping and delivery options from the UAE to Saudi Arabia. Being so many years involved in logistic business, we know how important to have efficient and reliable shipping service. Our Team is dedicated to provide the best delivery solutions for your cargo. Shipping with World Post to Saudi Arabia makes the whole delivery framework clear, affordable and in a timely manner. All you need to order freight delivery from Emirates is to get in touch with World Post in any convenient way.
World Post delivery service provides cargo shipping from Emirates to Saudi Arabia through:
- air freight
- sea freight
Air Freight from the UAE to Saudi Arabia
World Post aims at providing fast and reliable air freight services through most of Saudi Arabia airports. There are 35 airports at the Kingdom that allows smooth cargo shipping from the UAE to Saudi Arabia. The main airports in Saudi Arabia are King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh and King Fahd International Airport in Dammam. At the same time, King Abdulaziz International Airport is the busiest airport, especially during the Hajj season.
King Fahd International AirportKing Fahd International Airport (KFIA) is the largest airport in the world that occupies territory of 776 km². It is situated 20 km northwest of Dammam in Saudi Arabia. KFIA has cargo terminal and cargo village. The two-story cargo terminal with the area of 39,500 m² handles about 94,000 tons of cargo per year. Moreover, its construction allows to increase the cargo turnover to 176, 000t annually. The multi-model cargo village occupies over 500,000 m2 and serve as an international hub for international shipping.
King Khalid International AirportKing Khalid International Airport is situated 35 kilometers north of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. On the area of 225 km2 there are the terminals, mosque, the control tower, and the aviation square with two parallel runways of 4,200 m long, the royal pavilion, the air cargo building, the post office, the private aviation building, as well as parking spaces and shopping center. King Khalid International Airport opens doors to the capital of the Kingdom, serving both international and domestic flights. It has been developed to serve the Riyadh region.
King Abdulaziz International AirportKing Abdulaziz International Airport is considered the busiest and one of the largest airport in the Kingdom. It is 19 km to the north of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. At the moment the current cargo terminal is under construction. The project is divided into several stages and the last one is expected to be finished by December 2021. When it is completed, the cargo terminal capacity will be twice its current capacity – 75,000 m2. It is also forecasted to handle 820,000 tons of cargo per year.
Sea freight from the UAE to Saudi Arabia
World Post provides safe and high-quality sea freight services from the United Arab Emirates to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Thanks to close cooperation with the leading international shipping lines, we are in a position to offer the best rates for delivery by sea from the UAE. There are 20 ports in Saudi Arabia, some of them lay on the Red Sea coast and others are on the Persian Gulf.
Here are some of the most important ports of Saudi Arabia:
Jeddah Islamic PortJeddah Islamic Port is considered the busiest maritime port of Saudi Arabia with the biggest volume and cargo handling capacity. Celebrating its strategic position on the Red Sea coast, the port is a central transportation hub between east and west. More than a half of imported cargoes of Saudi Arabia are processed by Jeddah Islamic Port. It is furnished with the newest cargo handling equipment and, besides, the government of Saudi Arabia is constantly investing and improving it to strengthen its position.
King Abdul Aziz Port, DammamKing Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam is a Saudi Arabia port that is situated in the city of Dammam. The port is considered the largest port in the Persian Gulf, and the second largest and busiest port of the Middle East and North Africa, after the Jeddah Islamic Port. International cargo from all over the world is distributed through the port to the eastern and central provinces of Saudi Arabia. The port has modern loading and offloading machineries that allow to accept all types of cargo. The annual cargo turnover is about 11 million tons.
Jubail Commercial PortJubail Commercial Port is located on the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia on the Persian Gulf. It also serves as an alternative sea transportation hub since it is not far away from the city of Dammam – only 80 km. Jubail Commercial Port handles different types of sea freight, including container, bulk and general cargoes and serves wide range of vessels. There are 16 berths in the Jubail Commercial Port, five of them serve general cargo and two are in use for bulk grains, others functions for marine crafts, and visiting ships. The total capacity of Jubail Commercial Port is 7.78 million tons of cargo per year.
World Post cargo delivery service in Saudi Arabia
If you have any questions regarding cargo delivery and shipping from the UAE to Saudi Arabia, you can contact our managers at any convenient time.
Our contacts in Saudi Arabia:
- Contact persons: Kseniia
- Phone\ WhatsApp\ Telegram: +971 (56) 9-22-99-77
- Skype: world-post
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday – Thursday 09:00 – 18:00
Friday – Saturday 10:00 – 16:00