New port will support Jebel Ali growth
DP World signed a US $442-million agreement with the government of Somaliland to develop and operate a regional trade and logistics hub at the Port of Berbera
Hong Kong was named the most expensive prime logistics market in the world in 2015, with rent averaging US$28.94 per square feet (psf) per year
ADFD Financed and Managed 28 Development Projects in Jordan with Total Project Outlay of AED5.1 billion
Gartner has named InfoFort a 'Cool Vendor' in their recent report 'Cool Vendors in Emerging Markets, 2016'.
The upgrade to enhance business processes and capabilities includes all GES offices in five GCC countries.
Global shipping, logistics and marine service provider GAC has announced two new appointments within its group management team.
Saudi Arabia-based Goody has entered an exclusive partnership with GULFCO to distribute its packaged food products in the UAE.
BT has announced a contract with Panalpina to transform and manage its global communications infrastructure.
The shortlists for the Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATA) have been announced.
Tokyo Freight has been awarded Best Business Partner for the Middle East at the World Cargo Alliance (WCA) awards in Abu Dhabi.
RSA Logistics has been awarded the CSR Label for its sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The American University of Sharjah’s Bachelor of Architecture programme is the first of its kind outside North America to be granted accreditation by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) of the United States.
The nomination deadline for this year’s Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATAs) has been extended until 6 April, 2016.
China and the UAE’s ever-deepening relations will have a major impact on the UAE’s logistics industry.
MiX Telematics has announced the appointment of David Nicholls as head of sales and marketing for the Middle East.
The UAE should cut all commercial ties with Iran, Lieutenant General Dahi Khalfan bin Tamim, head of General Security for the Emirate of Dubai, has said on Twitter.