Forward-thinking maritime regulations, an increase in the number of foreign vessels and new technology are all contributing to the UAE’s rise as one of the world’s most prominent maritime hubs.
Held under the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, UAE Maritime Week has garnered support from industry stakeholders that have significantly contributed
Dubai Maritime City (DMC), a DP World Company, hosted a Maerifa official gathering that supports its strategic objective of strengthening Dubai’s status as a global maritime hub.
Al Seer Marine, a global player across multiple marine sectors and a subsidiary of International Holding Company (IHC), has entered a strategic joint venture with the leading maritime
The UAE has always been one of the most influential countries in developing the maritime sector; occupying a competitive status among the best maritime hubs worldwide.
The United Arab Emirates continues its efforts to mobilise support of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) member states for its re-election to the IMO Council Category-B membership.
High-ranking officials from the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and the UAE maritime sector participated in the International Maritime Transport and Logistics Conference (MARLOG 11), held in Alexandria, Egypt. The conference was
The Federal Transportation Authority for Land and Maritime has been one of the strategic government supporters to Seatrade Maritime Middle East. In his comments, Eng. Ahmed Sharif Al Khouri,
Held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MOEI UAE), Seatrade Maritime Logistics Middle East, the region’s leading shipping