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Logistics Middle East Awards 2018 winners announced
The Logistics Middle East Awards 2018 were held last night at Grosvenor House rewarding 15 of the top logistics and supply chain companies in the Middle East for their contribution to enhancing the industry.
Agility launches new online forwarding platform Shipa Freight
Shipa Freight is backed by Agility’s global network of more than 22,000 experienced employees in 500 branches and over 100 countries.
Kärcher eyes UAE logistics with new store opening
The Kärcher Center Sedana Abu Dhabi is the result of interweaving strategies and policies shared by both Kärcher and Sedana.
CargoX sets sights on GCC after rolling out Blockchain in logistics in Europe
CargoX’s blockchain-based bill of lading platform is now open for business and can produce significant benefits for Middle East logistics says Stefan Kukman, CEO and founder of CargoX.
Logistics Middle East Awards 2018 sold out days before event
The Logistics Middle East Awards 2018, formerly known as the Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATAs), is the largest awards program of its kind in the Middle East region.
Italy seeks foreign investment at AIM 2018
Italian Trade Agency presents opportunities for GCC investors at Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2018.
UAE-based RSA goes global with Indian expansion
Move comes just months after logistics company re-branded as RSA Global
Grain storage facility worth $34m to be built at Oman’s Sohar Port
New facility expected to be completed within two years.
EMAC highlights its role in providing fast-track logistics arbitration
The session focused on the application of the fast track arbitration procedure and its benefits.
Shortlist revealed for the Logistics Middle East Awards 2018
Logistics Middle East Awards continue to gain traction with wider range of industry verticals as more end-users make shortlist
UAE port operator Gulftainer wins 50-year concession to manage and expand Port of Wilmington
Gulftainer subsidiary says it is planning to invest US $580m in the Port of Wilmington over next nine years.
ABB expands drives remote service centres to the United Arab Emirates
ABB has launched its first remote service centre for its energy-saving variable speed drives solutions in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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