Global trade enabler DP World and Hong Kong leaders discussed collaboration in a range of sectors from ports, logistics and customs to education and innovation at a meeting in Hong Kong this week.
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) showcased the pioneering steps Dubai has taken on the path of international leadership, supported by an advanced position among the top five most competitive and attractive maritime clusters in the world, at the 2017 edition of the Annual International Shipowning & Shipmanagement Summit held on the sidelines of London International Shipping Week 2017 which will run in the British capital until the end of this week.
The second annual The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference, which takes place on Tuesday 24th October at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai, has assembled some of the leading names in the industry to speak at the event. Collectively they will address the top issues facing tanker owners and operators today, making this a must-attend occasion for anyone involved in the oil, products and chemical tanker business.
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) will shed light on its comprehensive initiatives promoting maritime safety, secure navigation, and operational efficiency of Dubai’s maritime sector at this year’s Port Development MENA Conference in Dubai.
Bahri, a global leader in transportation and logistics, has reached a new milestone by accepting delivery of ‘Rimthan,’ a 300,000-dwt carrier built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) in South Korea. The addition of ‘Rimthan’ to its fast-growing fleet of multipurpose vessels, reinforces Bahri’s position as the world’s largest owner and operator of Very Large Crude-oil Carriers (VLCCs) with a 40-strong fleet.
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) continues monitoring, inspection and follow-up on the work of floating restaurants to ensure compliance with international standards and best practices in line with its efforts to enhance maritime safety, operational efficiency and safe navigation within Dubai's territorial waters. The move is a continuation of efforts to encourage the adoption of best practices by marine operators in terms of organizational, administrative and technical, as well as improving the quality of services provided and upgrading maritime safety standards.
Dubai Trade, the single window for cross-border trade and a DP World company, is gearing up for its 10th E-Services Excellence Award (ESEA) by featuring four new categories to recognise users of LogiGate, the innovative logistics marketplace that enables cargo owners to book warehouses and competitive transportation services online or using a smart phone.
A whole world of discovery is a head behind you. Imagine you set sail and explore the UAE coastline on one of the most enjoyable sea rallies. Ahmed Abdelhalim, Marina Operations Manager at Dubai Marina Yacht Club informed Marasi Yachts about the distinctive opportunities and enjoyable experience offered by rally program to the boat owners
Mosadeghi: We are willing to expand in all the Islamic States to reference our position as a leading provider for Islamic Insurance in the region
Emerging from a transportation company which started in 1998, Tristar has successfully become a well reputed fully integrated liquid logistics solutions provider that offers a comprehensive list of services fulfilling the needs of the downstream petroleum industry, regionally and globally
The company is able to offer its customers with a comprehensive suite of lubrication solutions and cater to increasing customer demand, which in turn will facilitate the growth of the global maritime and shipping sector
E-marine is a turnkey provider for submarine cable installation and maintenance and has been there in existence since the past three decades, providing the much-needed infrastructure of laying and maintaining submarine cables, which are the backbone of the telecommunications systems.
Being the shipping giant that is the world’s largest owner and operator of VLCCs (Very Large Crude-oil Carriers), Bahri structures its operations in six business units including Oil, Chemicals, Logistics, Dry Bulk, Ship Management, and Big Data. The company owns 87 vessels, and it has achieved all this success in less than four decades since it started as a small company with a limited number of vessels.
Al Rumaithi: We are launching “Al Fattan Technical Institute” to qualify the maritime sector with professional cadres