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Vilnia Maersk Delivered to Maersk

anish shipping conglomerate A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S has taken delivery of Vilnia Maersk, a 3,600 TEU containership, from COSCO Zhoushan Shipyard. According to a stock exchange announcement, Shanghai NSE supplied main switchboard for the vessel. The statement said that the...

DP World Offers $502m To Buy Chile Ports Operator Pulogsa

DP World Ltd. plans to offer $502 million to acquire Chile ports company Pulogsa Puertos y Logistica as the Dubai-based ports operator expands in Latin America. DP World entered into an agreement to acquire 71.3 percent of Pulogsa, as the...

Bahri CEO Joins ITOPF Board of Directors

Abdullah Aldubaikhi represents the Middle East and North Africa region in the Board of the non-for-profit organization committed to promoting effective spill response globally The CEO of Bahri, Abdullah Aldubaikhi, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of ITOPF,...

Saudi Arabia’s Maritime Sector Seen To Get Much Needed Boost as Government Allocates SAR...

Saudi Arabia’s maritime sector is set to receive a much-needed boost with a generous allocation of SAR 33 billion (USD 8.8 billion) for the energy, industry, mining and logistics sectors in its recently announced budget for 2019. In fact,...

DP World Invests $3 Billion in 2018

DP World, Dubai-based global operator of shipping terminals, diversified its global business portfolio through investments and acquisitions worth $3 billion in 2018, the company said. It also deepened its engagement with revolutionary new technologies and extended meaningful support to environmental...

Drydocks World Completes Rashid D Wellhead Platform

Drydocks World has announced the completion of the Rashid D Wellhead Platform jacket and topside for TechinpFMC and end client Dubai Petroleum. The topside is an oil and gas processing module weighing 950 tonnes, designed for unmanned offshore operation with...

Abu Dhabi Terminals and COSCO Signs an MOU

UAE, Abu Dhabi - Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) and CSP - Abu Dhabi sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen collaboration and ensure smooth transactions between the two facilities. The MoU promises to increase the cooperation between the...

Dubai Adds Spanish Cruise Line to Homeporting Roster

DUBAI, 18th December, 2018 - Dubai Tourism alongside its public and private sector partners welcomed cruise ship Horizon into Dubai, marking the debut of Pullmantur Cruise Lines in the region. To commemorate the occasion, a traditional ‘Plaques and Keys...

Delegation of French Maritime Companies Lauds Achievements & Opportunities of Local Maritime Sector

The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) recently highlighted the outstanding achievements of the maritime sector before a high-level delegation composed of senior managers and employees of 11 leading French maritime companies. Headlining the achievements was the recent honour naming...

Second Briefing on Development of Maritime Status and 2018 UAE Ranking in Global Maritime...

His Excellency Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Balheif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Transport Authority - Land & Maritime (FTA) praised the development of the maritime status and the...
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Bahri Clarifies Misinformation about One of Its Vessel’s Voyage to Venezuela for Loading

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The Chairman and CEO of Transport Malta Visits IMLI

Mr. Joseph Bugeja (Chairman and CEO, Transport Malta) visited the Institute on 25 January 2019 to discuss future cooperation with IMLI. Mr. Bugeja was...