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  • DMCA: Leading the sustainable development of...

    The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has always been at the forefront of bringing about a radical change in the UAE’s maritime sector through an extensive range of industry initiatives, regulations and guidelines, which reaffirm Dubai’s position as a leading maritime centre. Through ground-breaking collaborations, DMCA has enhanced the nation’s maritime infrastructure, operations, and logistics services, and has produced investment opportunities to boost Dubai’s competitiveness.

     

  • TANSEEF: Empowering females for greater...

    The Emirates Classification Society (TASNEEF), the first Arab Classification Society founded with the aim of improving the maritime industry’s security and safety has been a frontrunner in terms of adopting the latest technology for enhanced service offerings. This, along with the assimilation of ambitious UAE Nationals within the entity’s infrastructure is its key strength. Through various efforts and initiatives, TASNEEF has encouraged the participation of women in the maritime industry, thus bridging the gender gap and capitalising on the added value women add to the industry through their unique skill sets.

     

  • Mohamed bin Zayed International Robotics...

    Arthur Morrish, CEO of ASPIRE - the technology programme management pillar of Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) - said that the Mohamed bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge, to be held in June 2023, aims to push the boundaries of independent systems to create practical solutions to maritime security challenges, such as piracy, smuggling and illegal fishing.

     

  • Ports, Customs, and Free Zones displays 4 smart...

    The Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation showcased four smart applications that contribute to automating procedures and increasing employee productivity, as part of its participation at GITEX Technology Week 2021, which runs until 21st October at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

     

  • Africa Oil Week to highlight unrivalled...

    Africa Oil Week, the leading oil and gas show in Africa, has announced a stellar line-up of speakers for the 27th edition, scheduled to be held from 8-11 November 2021, at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai.

     

  • UAE’s significant achievements support its...

    The UAE has consolidated its leading position among the best maritime centres in the world. It has become one of the influential countries in developing the maritime industry. The UAE’s practices, decisions and legislations have contributed to developing the sector and enhancing maritime safety standards, as well as protecting the marine environment globally.

     

  • Bahri among Forbes’ 10 Biggest Logistics...

    Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, revealed that it has been ranked seventh in the region in Forbes Middle East’s list of ‘10 Biggest Logistics Companies in MENA,’ consolidating its distinguished position and reputation in the maritime industry.

     

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Mohamed bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge seeks solutions to maritime security challenges: CEO of ASPIRE

Arthur Morrish, CEO of ASPIRE - the technology programme management pillar of Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) - said that the Mohamed bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge, to be held in June 2023, aims to push the boundaries of independent systems to create practical solutions to maritime security challenges, such as piracy, smuggling and illegal fishing.

 
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TANSEEF: Empowering females for greater participation in a growing maritime industry

The Emirates Classification Society (TASNEEF), the first Arab Classification Society founded with the aim of improving the maritime industry’s security and safety has been a frontrunner in terms of adopting the latest technology for enhanced service offerings. This, along with the assimilation of ambitious UAE Nationals within the entity’s infrastructure is its key strength. Through various efforts and initiatives, TASNEEF has encouraged the participation of women in the maritime industry, thus bridging the gender gap and capitalising on the added value women add to the industry through their unique skill sets.

 
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DMCA: Leading the sustainable development of Dubai’s maritime sector

The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has always been at the forefront of bringing about a radical change in the UAE’s maritime sector through an extensive range of industry initiatives, regulations and guidelines, which reaffirm Dubai’s position as a leading maritime centre. Through ground-breaking collaborations, DMCA has enhanced the nation’s maritime infrastructure, operations, and logistics services, and has produced investment opportunities to boost Dubai’s competitiveness.

 
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UAE’s significant achievements support its candidacy for category B membership in the Council of IMO

The UAE has consolidated its leading position among the best maritime centres in the world. It has become one of the influential countries in developing the maritime industry. The UAE’s practices, decisions and legislations have contributed to developing the sector and enhancing maritime safety standards, as well as protecting the marine environment globally.

 
English

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