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Middle East & Africa

The 25th annual Seatrade Awards ceremony held at London’s historic Guildhall on Friday evening proved the most international to date, with winners of the 11 different categories coming from nine…
DP World, the Dubai-headquartered marine terminal and services company, has launched what it describes as the industry’s largest asset management programme, covering its entire global operations.
United Arab Shipping Company’s (UASC) boxship ASIR suffered an engine room explosion, resulting in injuries to three of its officers, while sailing from Suez to Jeddah.
A year on from the last successful Somali pirate hijacking, the waters off Somalia remain a high-risk area for shipping warns the piracy watchdog the International Maritime Bureau (IMB).
Leading shipping industry figures were honoured at the 25th Seatrade Awards Ceremony Dinner at London’s Guildhall on Friday evening.
Italian classification society Rina Group has signed an agreement to supply certification and engineering services to UAE-based Drydocks World - Dubai.
The Jacksonville Port Authority (Jaxport) has received the first call from Bahri General Cargo (formerly the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia) following an agreement in March.
A six month public consultation aimed at cutting red tape at the IMO starts today.
Charter rates for offshore support vessels (OSVs) operating in the Middle East may decline as more owners push out extra tonnage, offsetting the positive effects of healthy offshore oil and…
Cairo: Egypt’s Suez Canal toll hikes, which raise prices between 2-5%, have been implemented as of today, renewing concerns that shipowners will re-route ships around the Cape of Good Hope…
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