Tasneef plans to offer its ship classification services to more than 50% of ship owners in the Arabian Gulf it was announced at second Advisory Board
Tasneef announces ambitious plans to provide classification to 50% of ship owners in region
The "very efficient" radars record hard shoulder violations.
The RTA extended 'sincere thanks' to residents and road users in areas impacted by traffic diversion works required for the construction works.
The company received the certification after a rigorous audit conducted by a team from the United Registrar of Systems (URS Certification), which is accredited with UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service).
Indian automaker unveils the Prima 4438S 4x2 tractor head and 4038K 6x4 tipper in conjunction with its authorised Emirati dealers, United Diesel and Dalma Motors.
Serious injuries down by 50% over same period.
Local utility DEWA says it will establish 100 charging points across Dubai.
Abu Dhabi-Al Sila Road remains the most deadly road in Abu Dhabi but deaths fell on all ten roads to 120 from 156
Heavy trucks to be focus of safety campaign along with jaywalkers and motorcycles
Riyadh has a population of seven million people and a lack of any public transport means many central parts of the city can be gridlocked for hours at a time.
Renault Trucks K range tested over 100,000km of challenging terrain in Oman.
This incident was one of 51,239 reports of lost items, surpassing the 48,459 reports in 2013, and the RTA said a significant number of lost items were located.
Northern Irish trailer manufacturer, SDC Trailers, has established an official regional office following significant HGV-unit orders from local customers.
Car owners have blamed government organisations and asked to be compensated for vehicle repairs.
Mattar Al Tayer, chairman and executive director of the RTA, said the project will be carried out in 2015 as part of the UAE's year of innovation initiative.
The RTA said if it hadn’t carried out $16 billion worth of infrastructure upgrades, the loss would have been $4.5 billion instead for 2013.