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Container shipping lines returning to Iran in droves Shipping lines are resuming services to and from Iran en masse ahead of the expected lifting of sanctions.

Container shipping lines returning to Iran in droves

Shipping lines are resuming services to and from Iran en masse ahead of the expected lifting of sanctions.

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Fuel-efficient vehicles to be a hot topic at WFES

Fuel-efficient vehicles to be a hot topic at WFES

The World Future Energy Summit is expected to launch a ‘sustainable transport’ sector to highlight the benefits of fuel-efficient vehicles.
 
European cabbies to put Abu Dhabi passengers 'at ease'

European cabbies to put Abu Dhabi passengers 'at ease'

New recruits are intended to make passengers feel more comfortable, according to the director of the call centre and customer service at Centre for Regulation for Transport by Hire Cars (TransAD).
 
RHA urges action over Calais migrant crisis

RHA urges action over Calais migrant crisis

The Road Haulage Association has launched an online petition calling on France to deploy its military and for the UK to end Operation Stack.
 
RTA to build ten new pedestrian bridges in Dubai

RTA to build ten new pedestrian bridges in Dubai

Mattar Al Tayer, director general and chairman of the board of executive directors of the RTA, said the bridges will be situated in vital locations around the city.
 

 

DCT Gdansk and UASC cooperate on expanding services

DCT Gdansk and UASC cooperate on expanding services

UASC adds the container terminal DCT Gdansk to its feeder connection between North Europe and the East Coast of the US.
 
UASC stands to benefit most by NOL purchase - analysts

UASC stands to benefit most by NOL purchase - analysts

UASC singled out as best-placed to buy failing NOL line, which offers young fleet at attractive price in depressed market.
 
Damen delivers Shoalbuster to Abu Dhabi's IRSHAD

Damen delivers Shoalbuster to Abu Dhabi's IRSHAD

Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Operating Company (IRSHAD) has taken delivery of a Damen Shoalbuster 2308.
 
Hapag-Lloyd raises freight rates on Middle East-US loop

Hapag-Lloyd raises freight rates on Middle East-US loop

Hapag-Lloyd announces general rate increase in Indian Subcontinent and Middle East services to North America.
 
New channel to connect East Port Said to New Suez Canal

New channel to connect East Port Said to New Suez Canal

A new 9.5km long, 18.5m deep channel is to be built connecting East Port Said to the New Suez Canal, allowing port operations 24-hours a day.
 
Dubai Int'l sees 17% rise in freight volumes in June

Dubai Int'l sees 17% rise in freight volumes in June

Year to date cargo totalled 1,232,861, up 1.7% compared to 1,212,444 during the first six months in 2014, according to Dubai Airports.
 
Qatar Airways Cargo launches new courier service

Qatar Airways Cargo launches new courier service

The airline's new QR On-Board Courier service is designed for time-sensitive supply chain customers.
 
Khalifa Port sets productivity record on CMA CGM call

Khalifa Port sets productivity record on CMA CGM call

During a port call by 9,365-teu CMA CGM Thames, a productivity record of 206 berths moves per hour was set by Khalifa Port.
 
UAE petrol prices to rise by 24% from Saturday

UAE petrol prices to rise by 24% from Saturday

This move aims to 'promote rationalised consumption and incentivise people to choose fuel efficient cars' while encouraging the use of public transport.
 
UAE fuel price change may cost $390 a head this year

UAE fuel price change may cost $390 a head this year

The cost increase drivers will have to bear will be determined by the new fuel price-setting committee, which will announce its first monthly petrol and diesel prices for August.
 
Maersk Group sees 'great potential' for Iran investment

Maersk Group sees 'great potential' for Iran investment

Maersk Group says Iran has “great potential” from which it hopes to benefit when a range of sanctions against the country are lifted.
 




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