Ports of Kuwait

MARKET OF KUWAIT

Al-Ahmadi, Shoaib, Shoaikh, Al-Zour, Doha, Abdullah ports are main transition ways

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In which field do you want to trade?

  • Chemicals
  • Construction Materials
  • Gemstones
  • Metals
  • Minerals
  • Natural Stones
  • Petrochemicals
  • Petroleum
In which field do you want to trade?
  • Chemicals
  • Construction Materials
  • Gemstones
  • Metals
  • Minerals
  • Natural Stones
  • Petrochemicals
  • Petroleum

Which country do you want to trade with?

  • Afghanistan
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Georgia
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Oman
  • Pakistan
  • Palestine
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Yemen
Which country do you want to trade with?
  • Kuwait
Al-Ahmadi, Shoaib, Shoaikh, Al-Zour, Doha, Abdullah ports are main transition ways

Al-Ahmadi Port: Al-Ahmadi Port is the largest oil port in Kuwait with four anchorages. The northern wharf of Bandar al-Ahmadi can be used for both the export of crude oil and refined products.

Shoaib Port: The second largest port in Kuwait is Shoaib. It has special anchorages for commercial goods, containers, and special anchorages for Petroleum products, which are managed by the Kuwait National Oil Organization.

Shoaikh Port: This port is the oldest commercial port of Kuwait, which can accept various ships with a water intake of 7.5 meters at any time and with a water intake of 9.5 meters only in the maximum water condition.

Al-Zour Port: Al-Zour Port (Mina Al-Massoud) is the fourth oil port in Kuwait that exports oil to the neutral or subdivided region.

Doha Port: A small port built-in 1981 for boats and coastal cargo ships moving light goods between the countries of the Persian Gulf‎ region. The water depth reaches 3.4 meters.

Abdullah Port: Bandar Abdullah was built in 1954 to export petroleum products to the Mina Abdullah refinery, which has two berths at a depth of two miles off the coast.

What we need to know before exporting to Kuwait 
Geographical proximity, the existence of different ports on both sides, peace, and stability in the Kuwaiti economy, and the connection with global traders through this country are among the factors that make exports to Kuwait attractive for traders. mporters apply for import licenses from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and must be registered with the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI). The import licenses are valid for one year, are renewable, and allow for multiple shipments.

Import licenses for industrial machinery and spare parts are also required, which are issued by the Public Authority for Industry. Various ministries and agencies also issue licenses for specific products, including firearms, explosives, pharmaceuticals, and wild or exotic animals.

Only the local agent is authorized to clear items at Kuwait Customs by showing an official letter of representation as well as a letter by the end-user.

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