This week, dnata opened an integrated customer service centre for export cargo customers that includes airlines and freight forwarders in Dubai Airport Free Zone.
Dubai air services provider dnata says softening demand and excess capacity in the market is a concern, but that it will nonetheless post modest growth in cargo volumes this year.
Oil tanker rates are at a four month high ahead of an anticipated cut to oil production by the OPEC states.
ADNOC has announced its intention to consolidate the operations of three of its shipping, marine and services companies to create a single maritime entity.
NSQL has signed an agreement with Shell to begin the planned phased transition of the management of Nakilat’s LNG fleet from Shell to NSQL.
Port to be redeveloped into main Qatar cruise terminal as part of plans to boost tourism.
UASC installs Marlink’s news, entertainment and television solution XChange Media on 44 vessels.
Royal HaskoningDHV and Hyundai to design world’s largest maritime yard of its kind in Saudi Arabia.
Fourteen Indians are reportedly stuck on four oil tankers anchored in the Gulf of Oman, off the United Arab Emirates’ Fujairah coast.
Oman Shipping Company and its ship management and chartering subsidiaries has been brought under the ownership of Oman Global Logistics Group.
Bahri has reaffirmed its leadership position in general cargo transportation and logistics in the West-Arabian Gulf corridor with two key announcements.
The Maersk shipping and transport group is to split its operations in two to focus more closely on surviving in two markets experiencing deep uncertainty and instability.
The Hanjin Rome, owned by the bankrupt Hanjin Shipping Company, was meant to have delivered its cargo to Dubai in the Middle East by now. Instead, she is stranded at anchor off Singapore.
Agility has signed an agreement with Maersk Line, the world’s largest container ship operator, to cut CO2 emissions by 15% per container transported on Agility shipments by 2020.
The cost of refrigerant and regulatory compliance in the next five years will become as commercially important to LNG vessel operations as regulations governing sulphur emissions are today.
Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre now fully operational, raising Dubai's prospects as a global maritime hub.
The Ruler of Fujairah has launched the UAE’s first very large crude carrier (VLCC) jetty on the Indian Ocean.