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Abu Dhabi Police slams 'unacceptable' rubbernecking

Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed Al Ameri criticised motorists' behaviour

 •   Abu Dhabi Police ask drivers to stop jumping red lights
 •   Runaway car forced to crash into RAK police
 •   Truck transporting camels overturns in 19-car pile up
 

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SOHAR eyes expanding role in packaging industries

SOHAR eyes expanding role in packaging industries
Synergies between agricultural terminal and petrochemicals highlighted
 

Saudi logistics sector to reach $18bn by 2015

Saudi logistics sector to reach $18bn by 2015
Value of GCC’s logistics contracts to grow by 7% next year.
 

Logistics industry voices concerns over oil prices

Logistics industry voices concerns over oil prices
GCC region faces both challenges & benefits arising from price drop.
 

Deadly aviation year, yet safety record improving-IATA

Deadly aviation year, yet safety record improving-IATA
Could be worst year for loss of life in civil aviation since 2005.
 

 

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Aramex 'optimistic' about Egypt's business potential

Aramex 'optimistic' about Egypt's business potential

Aramex is looking to introduce a franchise model for SMEs, capitalising on the recent master franchise acquisition of PostNet.
 

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Aden air and sea ports reopen after fighting

Aden air and sea ports reopen after fighting

Yemen authorities had closed sea, air and land access.
 
 

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UASC orders 2,000 new reefer units

UASC orders 2,000 new reefer units

The order represents the first phase of UASC’s reefer expansion plans.
 
 

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Demand for 3PLs may soar amid safety concerns

Demand for 3PLs may soar amid safety concerns

Flipkart has said it does not want “the Uber case to be repeated”.
 
 

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Abu Dhabi Ports introduces new cargo management system

Abu Dhabi Ports introduces new cargo management system

Khalifa Port & Zayed Port will get the new operating system first.
 
 

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UAE's first female crane operator works at Khalifa Port

UAE's first female crane operator works at Khalifa Port

Abu Dhabi Ports and Abu Dhabi Terminals commit to empowering Emirati talent
 
 

Aviation More »

GCC hires firm to help unify region's aviation rules

GCC hires firm to help unify region's aviation rules

The region is looking to European system for inspiration.
 
 

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