UASC Barzan the flagship of the United Arab Shipping Comnpany’s fleet, arrives at DP World’s London Gateway container terminal following fire.
The project was challenging because the road is constructed through shifting sands across the Empty Quarter.
MacGregor to deliver anchor handling/towing winch packages for five 48m vessels, being built for a Middle East owner.
Contracts and plans worth up to US $40m announced at Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East conference and exhibition at ADNEC.
A group of taxi drivers from the Public Transport Drivers Society (PTDS) have voiced their opposition to the service.
Siemens is providing operation and maintenance (O&M) services for baggage and material handling systems.
Dr. Andreas Kopp, World Bank (USA) Lead Economist for Transport and ICT, says there are limited substitution opportunities in fossil fuel used in individual mobility.
The conference will focus on the challenges and opportunities facing owners, operators and regional governments involved in the offshore marine and workboats sector.
Now in its 11th year, the summit is a platform to build momentum in moving the $350bn urban and regional rail transport goals forward.
Emirates flew 11,240 million scheduled freight tonne kilometres (FTKs), putting it well ahead of number two Cathay's 9,464 million scheduled FTKs.
The agreement will provide Transworld Logistics – part of the UAE-based global conglomerate Transworld Group - with a new and economical mode of transport and help deliver a high volume service across rail and shipping networks.
The first phase for architectural works, covering 37 stations, is set for completion by 2018 while the second, extending to over 72 stations, is due to be finished by 2030.
Company provides technical, operational & crew management assistance to ‘Flying Angel’.
Emirates’ newest 777F, which left the Boeing Manufacturing Facility in Everett, Washington, in September, flew its first mission to Hong Kong.
Carriers in the Middle East reported the most significant growth, followed by African and European airlines.
Uber is present in 60 countries — 330 cities in total — and has established itself as one of the world’s best known mobile-based car hire companies, valued at $41bn.