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Middle East & Africa

Dubai: Drydocks World, the Dubai-based maritime industry service provider, has formed Dubai Council for Marine and Maritime Industries (DCMMI), a specialised non-profit trade and industry council to promote the interests…
Hong Kong: DP World is selling stakes in two Hong Kong container terminals and a logistics business for a total of $742m. Hutchison Port Holdings Trust is buying all of…
New York: Freight rates of dry bulk carriers worldwide will register a “meaningful increase” by 2015 when demand starts to overtake the slowing vessel tonnage growth, according to Bank of…
Dubai: Five seafarers were stuck onboard their vessel in a UAE port for almost two years because of a legal wrangle are claiming thousands of dollars in unpaid salaries. The…
Bagsvaerd: Angus Frew, ceo of the UK Chamber of Shipping, will take over as secretary general of Bimco later this year when current secretary general Torben Skaanild retires.
Dubai: A meeting place – known as a majlis - has been opened at Dubai’s Jadaf shipyard for workers employed in the port.
Singapore: The Asian Shipowners’ Forum (ASF) is the latest shipping organisation to hit out a planned hike in Suez Canal tolls from 1 May.
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia-based shipowner and shipbuilder Shin Yang Shipping Corporation is betting on stability of Malaysia's coastal shipping and its Middle East operations to support its business as it plunged…
Dubai: Dubai-based Grandweld has landed a $50m contract to design and build four crane/workboat vessels for Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), a subsidiary of the state-owned Kuwait Petroleum Corporation. The deal,…
Fujiarah: Phase one of Gulf Petrochem’s Fujairah Oil Terminal, located in the port, is now operational with a storage capacity of 412,000 cu m. The first phase of the Fujairah…
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