The Saudi Public Transport Authority has launched 62 e-services for establishments and individuals benefiting from maritime transport services within the Naqul electronic portal.
The services aim to enable them to apply and start doing their business in one portal that includes all land and sea transport services without the need to visit the authority’s branches or approved service centers.
42 services designated for naval ships, 15 services for marine units, and 5 services related to the marine service registry were included.
The authority said: This comes in light of its development efforts aimed at enabling beneficiaries to obtain its services in an easier and faster manner.
The authority invited those wishing to communicate to visit its website: tga.gov.sa. To inquire directly, the beneficiaries can call the unified number of the authority: 19929.
This came as part of the launch of the third Saudi Maritime Conference under the auspices of the Deputy Governor of the Eastern Province and in the presence of the Deputy Minister of Transport, Dr. Rumaih bin Muhammad Al-Rumah, and some officials.
This will seek to shed light on the most important specialized topics in the maritime and logistics fields and bring investment opportunities inside and outside the Kingdom.