Middle East & Africa

Thirty-four ceos and industry leaders have signed up to a call for action on the decarbonisation of shipping.
As container lines withdraw services from Iran in the face of sanctions IRISL is looking to maintain links with a new Chinese-based shipping line Reach Shipping Lines.
Just two and half years since it started operations Emirate Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) has started to receive its first cases.
Much is talked about digitalisation and how shipping can benefit but what is happening in practice to transform the way in which the shipping and maritime industries operate.
Dubai-headquartered bunker trader Glander International has opened its seventh office globally in Valencia, Spain as it seeks to grow its Meditteranean business.
Kongsberg, the Norwegian company leading the world in autonomous shipping, has sought to allay fears that technological advancements will lead to widespread job losses in the industry.
The Liberia Registry has submitted a paper to the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) calling for early reporting on the availability of fuel oil that is compliant with the…
The question as to whether or not to fit scrubbers was in focus at a Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) UAE branch meeting recently.
The finalists for the Seatrade Maritime Awards Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa have been announced.
The UAE’s new Federal Arbitration Law passed in June is expected to help it rival London, Paris and Singapore as an international arbitral seat.
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