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ULMATEC Dubai – carving out a northern niche under the desert sun
ULMATEC Services L.L.C. in Dubai might seem an unlikely success story, yet in many ways it makes perfect sense.
Bahri completes five-ship newbuild program with delivery of new VLCC
Bahri signed a three-year agreement in May, 2015 for the construction of five VLCCs
Bahrain to see more Bahri maritime traffic following ASRY deal
Bahri has committed to a Fleet Repair Framework Agreement that sets favourable terms and conditions for their assets to be repaired and drydocked at ASRY into 2019.
Transport Intelligence (Ti) report reveals why DP World is automating Jebel Ali
A report by transport research and analysis company Transport Intelligence (Ti) warns that the GCC is at risk of over-capacity, revealing why Jebel Ali is focusing on automation.
KOTC orders four new VLCCs in entirely new class of vessel
Kuwait Oil Tankers Company (KOTC) has signed a contract worth a reported US$ 79.7 million to have a new VLCC class oil tanker built as part of its ongoing fleet development programme.
MAK Middle East boosts CAT marine engine support logistics
MaK Middle East opens new workshop in Dubai Maritime City to provide product support services in the Middle East region for Caterpillar’s engines.
Abu Dhabi Ship Building sees second highest ever profits
Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) entry into offshore sector pays off with more than AED 100-million in profit for the year ended December 31st.
DP World poised to write EMAC’s model clause into its contracts
“There is no doubt that DP World will benefit from EMAC’s services going forward,” says senior exec following meeting.
DP World and India’s NIIF to invest up to $3-billion in logistics infrastructure
DP World and India’s NIIF have announced the creation of an investment platform to invest in ports, terminals, transportation and logistics businesses in India.
Ship broker IFCHOR opens Dubai office targeting dry bulk
International shipbroking company IFCHOR has opened a new office in Dubai. The office will operate under the name IFCHOR Middle East, and its primary focus will be on regional markets, covering the dry bulk markets.
DMCA congratulates itself and partners for emergency preparedness
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) held a ceremony this week to recognise the contributions of its strategic partners from both the public and private sectors in responding effectively to emergencies.
DMCA completes initial stage of Maritime Advisory Council
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) and its partners have completed the first term of the Maritime Advisory Council which aims to develop closer partnership between the government and private sectors.

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