With a 388,000dwt and a length of 366 metres, the MV Berge Everest is part of a large fleet of specialised ships that transport iron ore around the globe for the Brazilian mining giant.
Sohar Port this week accommodated the one-hundredth Very Large Ore Carrier, or VLOC, to berth at the port since Vale entered the Omani market in 2011.
FMS Tech, a global telematics system provider, has released its Journey Management System Track & Trace 360 in the Middle East.
One of Dubai's worst traffic hotspots is to be considerably less congested from now on after the opening of the new AED 88-million Wafi Bridge.
Bosch has developed software that allows cars to detect parking spots and share the information between all vehicles that are part of the service.
On 2–3 March 2016 Dubai will host the second international conference and exhibition focused on telematics solutions for fleet management.
Initial users of emerging transport modes include governments offering green public transportation solutions and businesses using fleets of electric vehicles, says TRL.
The Truck Driver app from Ehrhardt + Partner (E+P) brings mobility to logistics outside the warehouse.
The total budget for the RTA in 2016 has been approved at AED7.6 billion and includes 12 road projects.
Travelling from Dubai to Abu Dhabi could be done in futuristic tunnels known as a 'hyperloop', an Elon Musk-backed project.
Massar Solutions a fleet management, vehicle rental and supply chain solutions provider in the UAE, has marked 1m man-hours without a single lost-time incident.
A 'generation' winter snow storm has crippled the US east coast, causing severe disruption to all transportation.
Daimler Trucks is planning a return to the Iranian market with its local cooperation partners Iran Khodro Diesel (IKD) and the Mammut Group.
Agility, a leading global logistics provider, has expanded its Abu Dhabi vehicle fleet with 30 new Mercedes-Benz Actros Benz trucks.
In recent months, Iranian car manufacturer Iran Khodro Industrial Group has been in talks with a number of large auto makers, including Peugeot, Renault, Daimler and Volkswagen.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority wants to increases the handling capacity of Airport Road by an extra 5,000 vehicles per hour while enhancing traffic safety.
Last year, 177 people died on Dubai’s roads – 45 of them from swerving into another lane without warning.