Middle East & Africa

The new UAE’s new Federal Arbitration Law passed in June is expected to help it rival London, Paris and Singapore as an international arbitral seat.
Are the maritime industries about to be revolutionised by smart shipping or is the sector not yet ready for the fourth industrial revolution? It is a highly emotive subject and…
UAE-based Gulftainer has finalized a 50-year concession agreement with the state of Delaware to operate and develop the Port of Wilmington, significantly expanding the company’s global footprint and reach.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has launched a free guide to preparing for the 2020 Sulphur Cap and using compliant fuels.
Monjasa has acquired the EU-flagged and 8,200-dwt tanker, African Sprinter for continued bunker operation off Namibia in West Africa, which it previously chartered.
Dubai government investment arm Investment Corporation of Dubai has launched supply chain logistics-focussed unit ISS Global Forwarding, as part of a strategic directive by the government to separate Inchcape Shipping…
Chairman of the Ports, Customs & Free Zone Corporation in Dubai and Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem has formally launched the Dubai Maritime Virtual Cluster…
Catering to the needs of distributors, manufacturers, shippers and logistics companies, the Abu Dhabi Ports-run Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD) has further expanded its product offerings with the launch…
The second edition of the Seatrade INFOCUS Photography Competition, held in conjunction with Seatrade Maritime Middle East - the maritime meeting place for the Middle East held biennially in Dubai…
Innovative new UAE-based maritime company Zaitoun Green Shipping has formed a consortium with world leading companies in smart technology and solutions to collaborate on radically improving performance of container ships and forming a new business…
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