Despite lower oil prices, the economic growth is expected to be driven by non-oil economic sectors, construction activities relating to capacity expansion, and modernisation of logistics-related infrastructure.
Logistics service providers stand to benefit most from structural changes in UAE economy according to Frost & Sullivan report.
With its growth potential following many years of sanctions and the pent-up demand in the transport sector, Iran offers promising opportunities for Daimler Trucks.
New data from the IATA show air cargo volumes continue to fall, but we may be seeing the bottom of the dip, while the Middle East remains strongest.
Logistics has always been the “behind-the-scenes” engine of motorsports events around the world, the WTCC wouldn't take place without DHL.
Emirates’ passenger operations will move to Dubai’s Al Maktoum International at some point after 2020 but its engineering facilities could remain at Dubai International.
Two-thirds of the world’s population is within eight hours flight of Dubai and Emirates connects hundreds of cities via its hub.
The ships on our list would cost a total of US $18-billion to build and they're all so far-fetched, only one has actually been put to sea.
New report commissioned by NATS shows significant economic benefits for both airports and passengers through increased aircraft movements and fewer delays.
As Maritime & Ports predicted back in May, the Iran nuclear deal has created a flurry of activity in the maritime sector, here are some of the key developments…
VIKING Life-Saving Equipment says 80% of offshore maritime operators are over-complicating safety systems.
According to MEED Projects, while metro projects in the Middle East are pushing ahead the ambitious GCC railway has stalled.
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