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Famous Dubai-bound bulker breaks down off Quebec The bulker Phoenix, famous in Canada where she spent more than two years under port arrest, has broken down after finally leaving port

Famous Dubai-bound bulker breaks down off Quebec

The bulker Phoenix, famous in Canada where she spent more than two years under port arrest, has broken down after finally leaving port

 •   Crew of arrested oil tanker in Bahrain finally go home
 •   Iran orders 10 bulkers in $300m deal
 •   PICTURES: UAE vessel rescued by EU naval force


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DMCA and DMCC sign MoU to promote Dubai as maritime hub

DMCA and DMCC sign MoU to promote Dubai as maritime hub

DMCC and DMCA sign MoU to promote Dubai to the maritime sector as a global hub for companies expanding in MENA
 
Agility Kuwait wins celebrates two awards

Agility Kuwait wins celebrates two awards

Agility was awarded for its health, safety & environment work as well as its CSR efforts.
 
Aramex to buy 25% stake in WS One Investment

Aramex to buy 25% stake in WS One Investment

WS One Investment provides cross-border mailbox consolidation services with operations out of Ohio in the United States.
 
ANALYSIS: Biofuel for UAE fleets?

ANALYSIS: Biofuel for UAE fleets?

Dubai Municipality and Neutral Fuels have penned an agreement concerning the supply of locally produced biodiesel for municipal vehicles.
 

 

TNT UAE wins CIPS award for its environmental efforts

TNT UAE wins CIPS award for its environmental efforts

By switching to eco-friendly fuels, TNT UAE expects to reduce carbon emissions by 32 tonnes and costs by 13.% per year.
 
Office rents 'starting to stabilise' across Dubai

Office rents 'starting to stabilise' across Dubai

A new Cluttons report says strength of demand for industrial space is underpinning strong rental growth.
 
'We must sell logistics industry better'-Kuehne + Nagel

'We must sell logistics industry better'-Kuehne + Nagel

Kuehne + Nagel executives have called on the logistics industry to do more to attract young people.
 
Drop in Dubai private sector hiring levels & activity

Drop in Dubai private sector hiring levels & activity

Staff hiring patterns also slowed across Dubai’s private sector last month, with employment increases the least marked since August 2013.
 
GWC to increase its capital through a new rights issue

GWC to increase its capital through a new rights issue

GWC has asked the Ministry of Economy and Commerce to approve a date to convene an Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting to ratify this transaction.
 
IATA & UNECE sign MoU to boost developing nations

IATA & UNECE sign MoU to boost developing nations

The MoU aims to ultimately help create growth and new jobs.
 
UPS commits $500k and logistics support to aid Nepal

UPS commits $500k and logistics support to aid Nepal

UPS working with partner organisations to provide critical relief supplies & assess ongoing recovery needs.
 
DWC says it will be 'a futuristic city' by 2020

DWC says it will be 'a futuristic city' by 2020

DWC, built around Al Maktoum International, integrates global trade, business, logistics and aviation.
 
Expat hiring model 'no longer working' in the GCC

Expat hiring model 'no longer working' in the GCC

Greater efforts must be made in instilling a strong work ethic in young Arabs, says Saudi investment head.
 
Kuwait government freezes expat numbers

Kuwait government freezes expat numbers

Expats make up about two-thirds of the total population of about 3.3 million.
 
UAE named happiest country in the Gulf

UAE named happiest country in the Gulf

High living standards, life expectancy and lack of corruption were among the factors considered.
 




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