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Red Sea Global Give Presentation on the Side-lines of CCC

Updated: Oct 4, 2023

Red Sea Global delivered a presentation to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on the side-lines of the Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers 9th session (CCC9) on 22nd of September 2023. The presentation was given by Group Chief Governance Officer for Red Sea Global Dr Maryam Ali Ficociello. The presentation highlighted the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s commitment to the IMO and RSG active involvement in various marine projects and initiatives.

Red Sea Global (RSG) is a multi-project developer within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. They have pushed key initiatives such as the Red Sea Project which aims to lead the world towards a more sustainable future, showing how responsible and regenerative development can uplift communities, drive economies, and enhance the environment. It is a cornerstone of the Kingdoms Vision 2030 ambitions to diversify its economy and transform the nation by creating exciting opportunities for young Saudi talent and the private sector, as it develops built assets and destinations across multiple sectors. ​

The presentation covered some of the main projects such as AMAALA, a luxury tourist destination based on wellness heritage and environmental consciousness, and The Red Sea, a pioneering a brand-new luxury regenerative tourism destination along the west coast of Saudi Arabia.

Beyond this Red Sea global is engaged in marina development operations, fleet management, training and development, sustainability practices and partnerships, and maritime activities. The aim being to attract a wide range of tourists to the country while working to sustain its fragile natural ecosystem. It has put environmentalism at the heart of its efforts and has built in comprehensive contingency plans as well as developed a robust set of policies, procedures, and regulations to ensure minimal adverse environmental impact.

The presentation highlighted the Kingdom’s commitment to encouraging the development of the marine sector whilst ensuring the protection and sustainability of the ecosystem


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