GAC’s dedicated Contract Logistics team assigned to the account picks, packs and dispatches orders within hours of being received.
GAC Dubai has completed its first month of outbound operations for start-up online luxury couture retailer, The Modist.
Just two years after Emirates was the first airline to cancel the controversial fuel surcharge (FSC) for all-in rates, Emirates SkyCargo has reintroduced it.
The Doha Metro will be one of the fastest driverless train systems in the world and will be the fastest in the region; able to reach 100 km per hour, it was announced this week.
An Indonesian freighter was damaged this week when a canister of cooking oil spilled in the cargo bay, causing other items of cargo to slide to the back of the plane.
Renault Trucks has introduced the new K Xtrem to the Middle East logistics market.
A revolution is happening in maritime communications, writes Laurent Marini Country Manager Saudi Arabia Orange Business Services.
Last year witnessed a decline in Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) activity in all regions of the world except the Middle East and stronger results are expected in 2017, as oil prices head towards $60 per barrel.
Dubai's RTA and ride-hailing app UberX announce start of trial for service to provide affordable travel in city.
On Saturday night the oil tanker Al Heera sailing off the coast of Yemen came under attack from pirates in multiple small craft. A distress call was issued and picked up by the Chinese naval frigate Hengyang.
Al-Futtaim Motors has launched the country’s first hybrid truck at the 8th edition of the Cold Food Chain Conference, which was held on the 5th of April at the Meydan Hotel in Dubai.
New IATA data shows that air freight growth in February falls well below the global average for Middle East air cargo operators.
Emirates SkyCargo has transported ‘New Zealand Aotearoa’ – Emirates Team New Zealand’s race boat - from Auckland to Bermuda in advance of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup
UPS has announced it is ready to handle a wider range of higher-risk goods with the addition of 400 ‘dangerous’ commodities onto its fly-list for its global air network.
Somali security forces have taken back control of an Indian cargo ship from pirates who hijacked it last week when it departed Dubai, but only two of the ten-man crew was rescued, authorities in central Somalia have announced.
The first ever UK to China export train departed DP World’s London Gateway on Monday, laden with containers full of British goods.
No stranger to innovation and major mega infrastructure projects, Norway has announced plans to build the world's first sea tunnel to enable ships to bypass the dangerous waters of its western coast.