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  • Totally 172 immigrants saved by Spanish Maritime...

    Spanish Maritime Rescue Services confirmed on Saturday that over the past 24 hours they have rescued 172 immigrants who were attempting to make the dangerous sea crossing between North Africa and Spain. The 172 immigrants were rescued from 11 rubber dinghies. 

  • Dubai Maritime Cluster Office Signs MoU with...

    The Dubai Maritime Cluster Office of the Dubai Maritime City Authority has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with both Germany’s Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland and Canada’s Vancouver International Maritime Cluster.

  • Shipping industry robust because ignored by...

    Shipping is the unsung hero of the Cyprus economy. The big success story that seeks no attention or publicity and demands no assistance from the state as it grows and flourishes. It is an object lesson of what could be achieved by capable and committed professionals when there is no interference in their work by politicians, state bureaucrats and trade unions as is the case in all other major sectors of the economy, the growth of which is stalled by these meddling, self-serving groups.

  • Investment and Risk in Shipping: Finding your “...

    Despite the turbulent and challenging conditions currently experienced by many in the sector, shipping continue s to attract keen attention from investors new to the industry. Some inherent investment risks are common to all sectors, but many are peculiar to shipping.

  • Wave of digitisation heading for Dubai shipping

    As a nation with a strong seafaring heritage and global shipping reputation, the UAE is naturally focusing on the maritime sector. It is one of the six priority sectors within the Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030, based on its importance, future growth prospects, export potential and mid to long-term economic impact.

  • Kuwait Oil Company awards major contract to...

    Grandweld Shipyards has secured a contract to design, construct and deliver four crew boats and six pilot boats for Kuwait Oil Company. The contract was signed on May, 2017 by Mr. Ismail Abdulla, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Kuwait Oil Company, and Mr. Jamal Abki, General Manager of Grandweld Shipyards.

  • Asia Develops a Taste for U.S. Oil Exports

    For decades, Asian oil buyers relished Tapis from Malaysia, Seria Light from Brunei, Duri from Indonesia, and Daqing from China. Now, as plunging regional output starves them of high-quality crude, they are developing a taste for something new.

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Shipping industry robust because ignored by politicians

Shipping is the unsung hero of the Cyprus economy. The big success story that seeks no attention or publicity and demands no assistance from the state as it grows and flourishes. It is an object lesson of what could be achieved by capable and committed professionals when there is no interference in their work by politicians, state bureaucrats and trade unions as is the case in all other major sectors of the economy, the growth of which is stalled by these meddling, self-serving groups.

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Investment and Risk in Shipping: Finding your “Sea Legs”

Despite the turbulent and challenging conditions currently experienced by many in the sector, shipping continue s to attract keen attention from investors new to the industry. Some inherent investment risks are common to all sectors, but many are peculiar to shipping.

English

Wave of digitisation heading for Dubai shipping

As a nation with a strong seafaring heritage and global shipping reputation, the UAE is naturally focusing on the maritime sector. It is one of the six priority sectors within the Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030, based on its importance, future growth prospects, export potential and mid to long-term economic impact.

English

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