AMI Middle East is the first freight forwarder in the Middle East to use solar energy on this scale, with the installation of a 615 kWh solar PV plant at the AMI hub in Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA).
During the first half of 2017, Jafza attracted 267 new companies from 48 countries around the world, marking a growth of 6 percent compared to the same period last year.
AirwayBill app uses international travellers to bring e-commerce goods into the Middle East, reducing delivery costs and opening up cross-border deliveries
The UAE has officially submitted its candidacy for membership in the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Category B during its participation in the organization's General Meetings held in London.
Hormann has launched Wheelblocker – a new piece of safety equipment that locks lorries into the loading bay, designed to prevent workplace transport injuries that usually happen during the unloading and loading process.
Digital pricing and improved offer designs unleash significant revenue potential in the Middle East logistics sector.
The integrated logistics and supply chain company ATS has received the Top Customer Award from CMA CGM as a token of their support in 2016.
Materials handling suppliers turn to virtual reality 3D animation as educational tool for latest warehouse technologies.
The maiden call of the CMA CGM Virginia marks yet another milestone for Gulftainer and Khorfakkan Container Terminal.
DHL's Meydan hub is its largest ground operations facility in the Middle East and North Africa.
SAP and Mars Hypermarket sign partnership on digital retail to enhance supply chain and customer experience.
Abu Dhabi Ports signs $300 million investment cooperation agreement with China for manufacturing in Khalifa Port Free Trade Zone.
Despite on-going issues in the maritime industry and the continued lull in global oil prices, SOHAR container volumes in Q2 of 2017 grew by 11% from the same quarter last year.
Senior representatives from Bahri joined other members of a KSA delegation recently in participating in board meetings of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Kurita has establish a regional headquarter for its Middle East water treatment in Jafza to manage its operations more efficiently, enhancing its presence in the region.