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Middle East & Africa

Abu Dhabi Ports (ADP) has signed a 35-year concession agreement to develop, manage and operate Fujairah Port, to which end a new ADP subsidiary called Fujairah Terminals has been set…
The big three Japanese lines will engage with the Competition Commission of South Africa to review the authority’s recent rejection of their planned container lines business merger. But say work…
DP World has inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with renewable energy firm Masdar to collaborate on clean energy solutions for the port operator’s portfolio of ports and freezones in…
Four major international shipping and maritime trade associations have made a joint proposal to the IMO on ambitious carbon dioxide (CO2) reductions by the global shipping industry.
In a potentially catastrophic spanner in the works for the Japanese container line merger plans unde Ocean Network Express (ONE) have been rejected by the Competition Commission of South Africa.
The IMO-run and EU-funded Global MTCC Network (GMN) has issued a call for expressions of interest from individuals within their respective organisations to become members of the GMN Project’s Global…
The struggling oil market continues to take its slow toll on service providers as the faltering fortunes of upstream clients have a knock-on effect on firms like Malaysia's Bumi Armada,…
Cautious optimism is in the air over the shipping industry’s fortunes over the next 12 months, lifting confidence in the sector to a three-year high for the three months ended…
Evergreen is the latest container line to team up with Alibaba Group for the online booking of containers on selected services from China.
Support activities offered by ports and seafarer centres for those who work aboard ship will be the focus of this year’s Day of the Seafarer (DotS) taking place on 25…
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