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DP World signs MoU to build freezone in Kazakhstan The MoU was signed by DP World group chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem and governor of Mangistau, Akim Alik Aidarbayev in the presence of First Deputy Prime Minister, Askar Mamin.

DP World signs MoU to build freezone in Kazakhstan

DP World has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Kazakhstan for the development of a special economic zone in Aktau.

 •   DP World reaffirms commitment to Indian growth
 •   DP World appoints new chief innovation officer
 •   DP World signs free zone MoU with Azerbaijan


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Cargo plane crash wipes out half a town in Kyrgyzstan

Cargo plane crash wipes out half a town in Kyrgyzstan

A Turkish cargo plane operated by ACT Airlines has crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing all four crew members and at least 33 people on the ground, according to the BBC.
 
Oman Shipping sign 3-year deal with Shell International

Oman Shipping sign 3-year deal with Shell International

Oman Shipping Company (OSC) has announced that its subsidiary, Oman Charter Company (OCC), has entered into a contract of affreightment (COA) agreement with Shell International.
 
UAE’s E-marine completes 260km Comoros submarine cable

UAE’s E-marine completes 260km Comoros submarine cable

E-marine, the principal provider of submarine cable solutions in the Middle East, has announced the completion of a 260-km Avassa Submarine Cable System marine installation in Comoros Islands.
 
UACC signs contract with Indian software giant Orion

UACC signs contract with Indian software giant Orion

United Arab Chemical Carriers (UACC) has signed a contract with India-based Orion Marine Concepts for the installation of fleet performance and monitoring software.
 

 

MENA air freight volumes grew toward the end of 2016

MENA air freight volumes grew toward the end of 2016

Middle Eastern airlines reported an increase in freight volumes in November, with 7.8 per cent growth during the month year-on-year
 
Hydrex Underwater Technologies rescues tanker

Hydrex Underwater Technologies rescues tanker

Hydrex Underwater Technologies undertook rudder repairs on a 7,071dwt tanker in under 24 hours after it was left stranded.
 
Celebrity Constellation ship to get major refit in May

Celebrity Constellation ship to get major refit in May

Celebrity Cruises’ 294m cruise liner Celebrity Constellation is to undergo a comprehensive refit in May, 2017 following the completion of her first ever Middle East cruise season.
 
Saudi to award 2nd cargo ops license at King Khalid Int

Saudi to award 2nd cargo ops license at King Khalid Int

The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) and Riyadh Airports Company (RAC) has announced the start of preparations to award a second cargo operator’s license tender at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.
 
Emirates SkyCargo expands network to Fort Lauderdale

Emirates SkyCargo expands network to Fort Lauderdale

Emirates SkyCargo has expanded its network of cargo destinations in the United States with the launch of a new daily service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida from 15 December 2016.
 
Qatar Airways Cargo launches four South American routes

Qatar Airways Cargo launches four South American routes

Qatar Airways Cargo has announced it will launch freighter operations to four new destinations in the Americas, starting 2 February 2017.
 
Cruise ship suffers blackout while in port in Abu Dhabi

Cruise ship suffers blackout while in port in Abu Dhabi

The cruise ship Costa neoRiviera lost main power during a port call in Abu Dhabi due to a generator fault.
 
Abu Dhabi follows Dubai with Hyperloop agreement

Abu Dhabi follows Dubai with Hyperloop agreement

Abu Dhabi plans to build Hyperloop link between Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, cutting travel time to under 10 mins.
 
Air freight demand growth surges to 18 month high

Air freight demand growth surges to 18 month high

Air cargo demand grew by 8.2% year-on-year in October, the fastest pace of growth seen in 18 months.
 
Dubai South to hit the road with its first E-bus

Dubai South to hit the road with its first E-bus

The world’s largest greenfield urban development, Dubai South takes the green approach towards developing its mass transit system
 
India and Afghanistan to set up air link ex Pakistan

India and Afghanistan to set up air link ex Pakistan

India and Afghanistan are planning to set up an air cargo service to boost trade, according to a report by Reuters.
 




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