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Export Bahrain partners with Gulf Air Cargo to offer special discounts on cargo exports

Posted 18 April 2019 · Add Comment

Export Bahrain has signed an exclusive partnership with Gulf Air’s Falcon Cargo to provide SMEs in the Kingdom of Bahrain, exporting their goods to the tune of 100 kilograms or above, with special discount of up to 40% on their cargo exports.

 

The agreement was signed by Export Bahrain chief executive Dr. Nasser Qaedi and Gulf Air’s chief executive officer, Mr. Krešimir Kučko. 

Dr. Nasser said: “Export Bahrain is looking to build a repertoire of different types of solutions and offerings like this one to enable exporters to make that journey into the area of exporting their products and services much easier. We are pleased to have the national carrier support us in this direction and we are sure that SMEs will benefit from not just the fast connections from its Bahrain hub but also to actively participate in promoting the national objectives of economic development with this promising opportunity.”

Kučko said: “Our most important strategy pillar is to contribute to the economy of the Kingdom of Bahrain and today, as we signed the partnership with Export Bahrain, we are facilitating export services for SMEs in Bahrain at preferential rates. We want to support the small and medium-sized enterprises to export their goods to the outer world and show pride in the Kingdom’s manufactured products. This is the start of a good potential for Gulf Air, Export Bahrain and SMEs in Bahrain.”

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