Dubai Customs discusses more cooperation in governance with Singaporean counterpart
The two sides exchanged thoughts on customs transparency and governance
Singapore will remain world leader in infrastructure, says GlobalData
GlobalData is tracking infrastructure projects in Singapore with a total value of US$95.2bn, of which close to 80% comprises publicly-funded projects
Etihad Cargo continues network revamp with Singapore connection
The weekly flights will continue to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, before returning to Abu Dhabi, reinforcing what Etihad calls its commitment to serve key logistics hubs in the Asia Pacific region
DHL Global Forwarding: Dubai now as important as Singapore
Brexit, trade wars, an economic slowdown in China and humanitarian crises on the regional doorstep – despite these headwinds, Amadou Diallo, DHL Global Forwarding CEO for the Middle East & Africa, isn’t worried.
Emirates A380 collides with another plane in Singapore
An Emirates A380 and Scoot Airlines Boeing 787 were damaged Thursday when they collided during ground manoeuvres at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Kuwait’s Agility expands Singapore contract logistics
Agility has acquired a two-story warehouse close to Changi International Airport, giving it more than 600,000 square feet of warehouse space in total in Singapore.
Dubai-bound Hanjin ship stranded off Singapore
The Hanjin Rome, owned by the bankrupt Hanjin Shipping Company, was meant to have delivered its cargo to Dubai in the Middle East by now. Instead, she is stranded at anchor off Singapore.
VIDEO: Inside the evacuation of burning passenger jet
Flight SQ368 departed Changi Airport for Milan at 2.05 am on Monday June 27th, but was forced to make an emergency landing due to an engine fire.
DAFZA targets Singapore investors at logistics event
Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) has recently concluded a seminar in Singapore to sustain key efforts to attract local investors to Dubai.
Fuel savings prompt K Line to select ClassNK CMAX LC-A
ClassNK CMAXS LC-A was selected following a successful trial installation in 2014, which delivered proven fuel and lubricating oil savings of 200 tonnes/year
Airliner shreds tires in near collision on runway
A Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300 was forced to abort its takeoff from South Korea’s Incheon airport this week to avoid a collision, shredding its tires in the process.

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