Sultan Bin Sulayem, chairman, DP World
DP World saw a 6.8% increase in first half net profit for 2015 and revenue growth of 14.5% to US $1.9 billion, but is pessimistic about year ahead.
Nakilat has expanded its joint venture with Greek shipping company Maran Ventures, adding vessels to 13-strong jointly-owned fleet.
United Arab Shipping Company's 13,500 teu, 2012 built UASC Alula has suffered damage following a container blaze in Hamburg.
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has opened an office in Abu Dhabi, its second location in the UAE after Dubai.
Tasneef holds workshop in cooperation with the Port of Fujairah to raise awareness of regulations for non-conventional ships.
MSC Zoe, one of the largest container ships in the world, plays Star Wars theme tune from her foghorns as she pulls into port.
Dubai maritime security company Neptune has sponsored Jacob Bliksted, who is kite surfing a minimum of 1,000km between Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya.
The Iranian Navy has prevented another pirate attack in international waters, this time saving an oil tanker.
GCC governments urged to secure national infrastructure in face of ‘high risk’ of cyber-attacks.
UASC’s MV Barzan is the first LNG-ready vessel to receive a Gas Ready notation from DNV GL classification society.
Iran reports that two foreign merchant vessels have been saved by navy from pirate attacks in Gulf of Aden.
Drydocks World has services 40 vessels simultaneously in its Dubai shipyard, more than ever before in the group's history.
Grandweld Shipyards secures new contract to build four 42m Crew Boats for Dubai-based subsea services company Global Marine.
Legendary Sir Ranulph Fiennes confirmed as key note speaker for Seatrade Maritime Awards Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa.
The expanded Suez Canal and Panama Canal are expected to see intense rivalrly for market share in 2016 as route networks are re-arranged.
Evergreen signs order for ten new feeder vessels to take advantage of expected Asia Pacific free trade agreement.