Hassan Rouhani is the seventh President of Iran, in office since 2013.
Isaac Abraham, senior research analyst-automotive & transportation at Frost & Sullivan explores the implications of the Iran nuclear deal.
Large-scale infrastructure projects, coupled with short timeframes for completion, understandably carry with them the risk of construction disputes.
Alexander Pieri, editor of Facilities Management Middle East, on the applications of commercial drones.
UAE fuel subsidies have been abolished, resulting in operational cost increases for fleet owners running gasoline-powered vehicles. With this in mind, Ford advises on getting the most out of every tank.
Abolishing of fuel subsidies in the UAE has received mixed reactions with some motorists pointing out that the decision would lead to cost-of-living increases.
Mustapha Kawam, managing director for Gulf States, Globe Express Services, offers advice on how to pick the right third-party logistics provider.
The carbon footprint of a process manufacturing enterprise spans the entire supply chain and companies continuously analyse their footprint to understand the impact of each segment of the supply chain
Hachem believes two regions hold the key to the transformation of the global industry landscape — Asia-Pacific and Africa (APAC).
Without one supply chain strategy for Gulf states, costs could spiral.
Q&A with Cartwright, MD-Middle East & Africa, Logistics Executive.
Talent acquisition and service excellence are significant challenges.
There are many variables to managing incoming and outgoing vessels.
World trade is the key to recovery from the financial crises.
Abdul Gaffar from Sharjah-based Al Mawrid Forklifts offers his advice.
Supply chain managers need new ways to deliver large volumes.
The UAE is facing unprecedented opportunities.