UASC will be significantly impacted by COSCO-CSCL merger.
Industry analysts say potential merger of Chinese shipping giants will send shock-waves through Asia-Europe market, creating “domino effect” through industry.
Maritime & Ports Middle East looks at the largest and most innovative marine infrastructure projects in the GCC.
Intertruck’s Marcel van Eeuwen & Eaton’s Eric Zahrai say increasing numbers of UAE transport companies are outsourcing fleet management activities.
Carnival Corporations has ordered the world's first LNG-powered cruise ships, but what does it take to build such a vessel?
A recent environmental report attacking the shipping industry’s ULCS, otherwise known as ‘fat ladies’, has many coming to their defence
What are the five main threats to safety that can cause a ship to sink?
Arabian Supply Chain.com ranks the five largest main engines at sea in terms of kW output
A new biannual survey reveals the happiest drivers are in Abu Dhabi, with many reporting less congestion and safer roads.
Shipping lines are ordering Very Large Container Vessels in ever greater numbers, but which are the ten largest in the world?
A look back at some of the world’s biggest tragedies in the air cargo industry.
75 ships of 100+ gt sank in 2014, what were the main threats to ship safety in 2014?
See who the four companies are on the list of the UAE's top 50 companies.
An in-depth interview with Qatar-based N-KOM shipyard's chief executive Chandru Rajwani
West Africa's piracy problems are here to stay and may affect regional trade, says Platts.
Drydocks World revealed at a contract signing ceremony with Kvaerner that they've reached 93% capacity in terms of work for the year
Maritime trade fair attracts 50,000 industry visitors to Hamburg.