International Link is one of the leading freight forwarders, Door to Door delivery, cargo handlers, import & export. FCL & LCL containers service and customs clearance agents in the Kingdom both for Air & Sea freight. A young but professionally aggressive company ready to explore for new and unexplored market segments. We are confident that our experienced staff can provide the most efficient and personalized agency services through out the Kingdom.
Established in 1999 by equally hardworking innovative Owner and Managing Director Mr.Ramzi K. Al Dulaijan, the company believes that our knowledgeable, efficient, fast service, hardworking business team and with the competitive freight rate structure will substantially improve your Saudi Market share.
International Link’s Link marketing and operational staff has been drawn from leading logistics companies in the Middle East. Together they bring in the expertise to tap the existing and the new emerging client base. We have also established relationship with major exporters in the kingdom including SABIC and Oil and Petrochemical industries based in Jubail and Yanbu. We consider Saudi Arabia as the dominant market in the region and have the view that besides generating imports we are well placed to generate more exports.
To provide our clients and agents the outmost services with the international standard of quality work package in an affordable and competitive rates structure
To always preserve our name by keeping the proper link with all clientele and associates.Render the best service possible.We understand the importance of providing a high quality, cost effective services for a profitable cooperation.Hence, by supplying your cargo with our professional Sea / Air / Land service, we believe that we can offer you a very competitive edge in the market.
Saudi Arabia (officially Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, also called simply Arabia, is an Arab country and the largest country of the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by Jordan on the northwest, Iraq on the north and northeast, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates on the east, Oman on the southeast, and Yemen on the south. The Persian Gulf lies to the northeast and the Red Sea to its west. It has an estimated population of 28.7 million, and its size is approximately 2,150,000 square kilometres (830,000 sq mi).
The Kingdom was founded by Abdul-Aziz bin Saud, whose efforts began in 1902 when he captured the Al-Saud’s ancestral home of Riyadh, and culminated in 1932 with the proclamation and recognition of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, though its national origins go back as far as 1744 with the establishment of the First Saudi State.
Saudi Arabia's geography is varied. From the western coastal region (Tihamah), the land rises from sea level to a peninsula-long mountain range (Jabal al-Hejaz) beyond which lies the plateau of Nejd in the center. The south-western 'Asir region has mountains as high as 3,000 m (9,840 ft) and is known for having the greenest and freshest climate in all of the country, one that attracts many Saudis to resorts such as Abha in the summer months. The east is primarily rocky or sandy lowland continuing to the shores of the Persian Gulf. The geographically hostile Rub' al Khali ("Empty Quarter") desert is along the country's imprecisely defined southern borders.
Saudi Arabia is the world's leading petroleum exporter. Petroleum exports fuel the Saudi economy. Oil accounts for more than 90 percent of exports and nearly 75 percent of government revenues, facilitating the creation of a welfare state.
Saudi Arabia's economy is petroleum-based; roughly 75% of budget revenues and 90% of export earnings come from the oil industry. The oil industry comprises about 45% of Saudi Arabia's gross domestic product, compared with 40% from the private sector (see below). Saudi Arabia officially has about 260 billion barrels (4.1×1010 m3) of oil reserves, comprising about 24% of the world's proven total petroleum reserves.
The government is attempting to promote growth in the private sector by privatizing industries such as power and telecom. Saudi Arabia announced plans to begin privatizing the electricity companies in 1999, which followed the ongoing privatization of the telecommunications company.The Major Sea ports and Auxiliary ports: