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Jeddah Islamic Sea Port

Jeddah Islamic Port in Saudi Arabia is the second-largest port in the Arab world. It is a major hub on the Red Sea, linking the east and west through the Suez Canal, and handles most of Saudi Arabia’s sea imports. It is established in 646 A.D., and contains 62 berths now, accommodating large container vessels. Jeddah Islamic Sea Port is important for Muslim pilgrims because it is a key entry point for goods and supplies needed for their visit to the Holy Mosque in Mecca. Additionally, the port plays a significant role in Saudi Arabia’s economy by facilitating the import, export, and re-export of goods, contributing to the country’s trade and commerce

Shipping port in Saudi Arabia Jeddah Islamic Sea Port

Established in: 646 A.D.

Decimal: 21.467282868371925, 39.17432484358355

Coordinates: 21°28’13.0″N 39°10’27.9″E

Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

No. of berths: 62

Owned by: Saudi Ports Authority

Phone: 966-2-6471200

Fax: 966-2-6477411


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