• UAE industries to exhibit at Hannover Messe

    UAE’s local industry and government bodies, for the 10th consecutive year, will exhibit at Hannover Messe, the world’s largest manufacturing industry trade fair, later this month in the German provincial capital.

  • First part of rail planned from Dhofar to Duqm

    The first section of Oman’s railway will be constructed from Shuwaymiyah in Dhofar to Duqm, said head of the logistics section of Tanfeedh. Sulaiman al Shaqsi, who is also head of logistics at PDO, said it had been chosen due to the mineral resources that could be exported through Duqm port.

  • Malaysia to help develop ports

    Malaysia expressed a keen interest to help develop projects like ferry service operation, construction of dedicated terminals at Pakistani ports and establishment of industry in Gwadar Port Free Zone, on Wednesday.

  • UAE participates in 45th Meeting of Director-...

    The UAE has participated in the 45th meeting for the Director-Generals of Customs of North Africa, Near and Middle East Countries, held on Monday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat for the League of Arab States, with the attendance of Kunio Mikuriya, Secretary-General for World Customs Organisation.

  • Abu Dhabi Ports highlights investment...

    Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of the Emirate’s commercial and community as well as Khalifa Industrial Zone, is participating through KIZAD in the seventh Annual Investment Meeting (AIM), held at Dubai World Trade Centre under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to highlight the investment opportunities it offers to over 40 countries and 15,000 investors participating in the event.


Africa’s Export Markets Set to Boom In Wake of Ports Expansion

October Forum to Explore Opportunities Available at African Ports. With Africa’s overall port utilization capacity now exceeding 70 percent, ports authorities and terminal operators are actively calling for partners in development to equip Africa’s ports and harbors for neopanamax shipping requirements.