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DP World reveals design for Expo 2020 Dubai pavilion
'Making Trade Flow' theme to highlight vital role of smarter trade in the global economy
What will happen to the EXPO 2020 site after event closes?
As much as 80 per cent of the Expo site will be remodeled
UPS expands express services and boosts MENA capacity ahead of EXPO 2020
This sweeping expansion of services comes as part of the company’s effort to continuously better connect businesses to its smart global logistics network
Direct bus services set to connect Abu Dhabi with Dubai's Expo 2020 site
New inter-city bus route launched between Ibn Battuta in Dubai and Mussafah, via Abu Dhabi International airport
City Readiness Committee convenes at Expo 2020 Dubai headquarters
Leaders from key government entities such as Dubai Municipality, RTA, Dubai Airports, and GDRFA discuss key updates
Logistics key gainer as Expo 2020 awards thousands of contracts
Expo 2020 Dubai has awarded 56 per cent of contracts to small and medium-sized enterprises involved in the organisation and execution of the mega-event, with the logistics industry benefiting most.
DP World reveals BOXBAY High Bay Storage (HBS) system for Jebel Ali
BOXBAY represents a new and intelligent High Bay Storage (HBS) system that will be ready in time for the Dubai Expo 2020 with a pilot project scheduled at Jebel Ali Terminal 4.
Expo 2020 drives demand for breakbulk, bulk and project cargo
DP World UAE region, which operates Jebel Ali Port, said its teams are prepared to meet the expected increase in demand for breakbulk and project cargo handling services in the run-up to Expo 2020 Dubai.
Virgin Hyperloop to feature passenger pod simulation at Expo 2020
Virgin Hyperloop will feature pods that physically simulate how it would feel to ride a Virgin Hyperloop One system.
Dubai Metro receives first train of 50 train order
Expected to be delivered by October 2019, 15 of the ordered trains will be utilised for the upcoming Expo 2020, while 35 will be for civil use within the emirate
Dubai Metro will take delivery of first of 50 new train sets in November
The first of 50 new trains for the Dubai Metro will be delivered between November, 2018 and October, 2019 in gear-up for Expo 2020.
Siemens plans $500m Middle East expansion
German industrial giant will build two new Internet of Things complexes in the UAE to complement its airport logistics to be built in Dubai

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