Bahman International Cargo (BIC) is a part of the International group - Bahman General Trading & Contracting Company. Formed in 1953, under the able management of Mr. Abdul Hussain Bahman, BGTCC has emerged to be one of the leading and highly reputed companies of Kuwait. the group deals with imports and exports, sales and services of various commodities. With staff strength of more than 100, BGTCC has under its umbrella more than 22 domestic and international companies operating worldwide, BIC being one of them. The Financial Stability of our group could be refered to National Bank of Kuwait, Burgan Bank, Bank of Kuwait & Middle East or any other Kuwaiti Bank.


Established in 1987, BIC is a conglomerate of six major divisions operating worldwide in the areas of airfreight, shipping, ground handling, logistics, general sales agencies and transportation. The company is also involved in the promotion of consignee selling and rendering cost-effective services to in-house and other commercial entities with the help of its worldwide associates in more than 295 cities in 98 countries. As the GSA of Cargolux Airline International, BIC has its share of market operating four flights a week from Luxembourg and handling self-documentation for its valuable customers. The shipments of perishable are delivered to the consignee immediately upon arrival of flights. We are extremely active in Iran market operating 2 weekly flights of Cargolux and are trying to explore possibilities of transit cargo to CIS states. We are always on the lookout to have joint ventures in potential new markets. Being a member of various international bodies has given us recognition and reputation at a global level.

Among its various strong setups Bahman Group with its base in Tehran is very active in Iran market from last several years and has developed consistently export and import of materials. In addition to name few prominent projects, Bahman Group established and constructed a shipping jetty at Aasaloo in the northern part of Iran which is servicing their own business requirements operating barges regularly between Iran, Dubai and Kuwait for export of materials like marble, lime stone, bitumen, aggregate etc as well as providing assistance to various other groups including many overseas subsidiaries operating on behalf of international oil companies functioning in Iran under joint venture.