The port of Dammam on the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the home of the National Oil company Saudi Aramco, has seen tremendous growth over the last 30 years. To match this growth the King Abdul-Aziz Port of Dammam (KAPP), Dammam, has increased tenfold over the last decade to establish itself as a major maritime hub of the Arabian Gulf and the main gateway to the Eastern Province and the Capital Riyadh. It's location at the center of the Arabian Gulf and hinterland connections makes it an ideal choice for all connected to the Marine, Oil and Gas industry. Dammam Shipyard inside the Port of Dammam allows owners to repair vessels, Jack Up rigs or drilling platforms without leaving the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's waters.
Part of the Riyadh based Al Blagha Group, one of the largest Marine Infrastructure companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, who control and manage a number of maritime/ construction projects in the MENA region, Dammam Shipyard is fully equipped to support the Marine, Oil and Gas industry with two IACS (International Association of Classification Societies) Classed floating docks.
For over three decades Dammam Shipyard has witnessed growth in facilities and recognition mirroring the popularity of Dammam as Saudi Arabia’s major port, numbered amongst the largest in the world.
Dammam Shipyard is managed by Al-Blagha Holding Group, a Saudi Arabian Limited Liability Company established in 1991 for the purpose of investing in various business activities including shipping
are currently running several Jeddah based projects from the Jeddah Islamic Port (ATCO berth) and the King Faisal Naval Base working with Saudi Aramco, Coastguard Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF).
Dammam Shipyard Offshore Division was established to provide repair services of Jack up in Arabian Gulf.
Due to Dammam Shipyard' strategic location it is ideal destination for rig repair since the location is inside Kingdom of Saudi Arabia rigs does not require to have Aramco clearance to leave the kingdom for repair.