Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) will underline Dubai’s pioneering experience in the transition to a leading global maritime hub during its participation in the upcoming Posidonia 2016 to be held in Athens from June 6 to 10, 2016.
Abu Dhabi Ports - the master developer, operator and manager of ports and Khalifa Industrial Zone in the Emirate - presented the integrated offerings of Khalifa Port and Kizad at an exclusive business event in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE has become a recognized leader in shipbuilding and repairs for vessels of different GRTs. With consistent government support in the development of local companies, the infrastructure and facilities in the UAE have raised the bar for competition in the rest of the region. Today, the UAE shipbuilding industry attracts investors from all around the world, who seek the most advanced ships, facilities, and services from homegrown establishments.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company “KOTC” made unprecedented achievements in 2015 and the first quarter of 2016. The company transported approximately 26 million metric tons of crude oil, petroleum products, and liquefied gas to various ports around the world during 2015. Loads from Kuwait amounted to about 15.428 million metric tons, constituting 84 percent of the total shipments transported by the fleet to various ports of the world.
Imdaad has been awarded a three-year contract worth approximately AED 4 million by Dubai Maritime City, a specialised maritime cluster for the UAE and GCC and the world's first maritime centre.
Somali pirates are suspected of hijacking a bulk carrier ship, the head of a maritime security company said on Saturday, the latest in a string of attacks after years of calm.
Hosted by Emirates Maritime Arbitration Center “EMAC”, the third successful seminar took place in DIFC today to discuss the UAE’s new draft maritime law. Moderated by EMAC Lead Case Manager, Maali Khader and facilitated by Ashraf ElSwefy, Consultant at Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla, The seminar tackled the challenges that currently facing the maritime industry and the ways that current problems are being solved focusing on the need to issue a new maritime law in the UAE.
Reflecting the UAE's keenness to enhance its competitive economic edge and maintain an investment-friendly environment, the Government of Abu Dhabi is participating in this year’s edition of the Annual Investment Meeting, AIM 2017, which launched today at the Dubai World Trade Centre and will run until 4th April.