Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi (left).
Abu Dhabi Ports revealed their expansion plans for the largest Free Trade Zone in the region at the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit 2017 (GMIS).
DP World revealed on the sidelines of the Logistics Middle East Awards 2017 that its T2 container terminal at Jebel Ali Port will be fully automated within the coming 24 months.
The judging panel for the Logistics Middle East Awards has now made its final selection of the winners for each category.
Siemens has announced plans to set up its global logistics headquarters in Dubai, including its portfolio for airports, cargo infrastructure and ports in the emirate in the near future.
NAQEL, a Saudi Arabian logistics service provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dubai Trade to collaborate on education and training for the GCC Trade and logistics industry.
Al Nahrain Group has transported a consignment of multipurpose dredgers, floats and containers from Umm Qasr Port, Iraq, to Ministry of Water locations throughout the country.
Emaar Malls has bid up to US $800 million to take over e-commerce giant Souq.com, sources familiar to the offer have have confirmed days after Amazon made similar offer.
Amazon.com Inc has agreed in principle to buy UAE-based online retailer Souq.com, one of the best-known names in the Middle East's online shopping market, for half a billion dollars, according to reports by Reuters.
The much-anticipated launch of Mohamed Alabbar’s ecommerce venture Noon.com is “just weeks away”, sources familiar with the matter have confirmed.
Agility has acquired a two-story warehouse close to Changi International Airport, giving it more than 600,000 square feet of warehouse space in total in Singapore.
Kale Logistics Solutions, which provides technology solutions to the logistics industry, has increased its international presence with its expansion into the GCC market.
ArabianSupplyChain.com discovers how Ford distributes automotive parts from Dubai to Dakar.
Much was made of the establishment of the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) in September last year, but what does it actually mean for the GCC maritime and logistics industry?
Due to a surge in last minute nominations, the deadline for entries to the Logistics Middle East Awards 2017 has been extended to March 12th.
The Logistics Middle East Awards provide you and your team with a range of benefits, including improved brand awareness and greater scope for PR opportunities (finalists are generally covered in the magazine) to name but a few.
A former head of the United Nation's Humanitarian Response Depots (UNHRD) has been hired as CEO of Dubai's International Humanitarian City.