The UAE handled 11.1 million TEU, down 6.7 percent year-on-year due to a reduction in lower-margin transhipment cargo.
Dubai-based port operator says UAE business slumps 6.7% in first nine months of 2016; European, Indian terminals deliver robust growth.
‘Maritime Dubai’ initiative aims to sustain Dubai’s global competitiveness as leading maritime gateway to global trade.
Breakbulk Middle East officially opened Tuesday with Dr. Abdullah Al Katheeri, Director General of the Federal Transport Authority, inaugurating the second annual conference.
Etihad Rail DB has quietly implemented the most advanced signalling system in the world, making it a benchmark for Europe to look toward as the future of rail transport.
Oil tanker rates are at a four month high ahead of an anticipated cut to oil production by the OPEC states.
ADNOC has announced its intention to consolidate the operations of three of its shipping, marine and services companies to create a single maritime entity.
NSQL has signed an agreement with Shell to begin the planned phased transition of the management of Nakilat’s LNG fleet from Shell to NSQL.
Port to be redeveloped into main Qatar cruise terminal as part of plans to boost tourism.
UASC installs Marlink’s news, entertainment and television solution XChange Media on 44 vessels.
Royal HaskoningDHV and Hyundai to design world’s largest maritime yard of its kind in Saudi Arabia.
UPS has announced the expansion of its earliest morning package delivery service, UPS Worldwide Express Plus.
Dubai air services provider dnata says softening demand and excess capacity in the market is a concern, but that it will nonetheless post modest growth in cargo volumes this year.
Qatar Airways Cargo has announced that it will add an additional weekly freighter service between Doha and Budapest, bringing the total weekly flights to three.
Data for global air freight markets in August 2016 shows demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 3.9 percent year-on-year, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Terrapinn have signed an MoU to to jointly hold Middle East Rail, the region's longest running and most successful railways event, for three more consecutive years.
Fourteen Indians are reportedly stuck on four oil tankers anchored in the Gulf of Oman, off the United Arab Emirates’ Fujairah coast.