Drydocks World, a leading provider of maritime and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors, has serviced a record number of 40 vessels in the Dubai yard.
With 40 vessels simultaneously in
UAE-based Gulftainer's Umm Qasr Logistics Centre (UQLC) has welcomed two of Iraq's largest LPG storage vessels at the Port of Umm Qasr in Basra, Iraq, according to a report.
The two cylindrical LPG stor
Drydocks World, an international service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors handled 37 projects simultaneously in the Dubai yard, exceeding the previous record of 35 vessels.
Since January, Drydocks Wo
Strategic Marine, a leading specialist shipbuilder in Asia-Pacific, said it has delivered the Jati Five crew transfer vessel to Malaysian owner, Dinasti Jati Sdn Bhd.
The company also confirmed it has received an order for two fur
UAE-based Gulftainer, one of the largest privately-owned port management and logistics companies, said it has registered a 24 per cent overall increase in its trade volumes in 2012 when compared to the previous year.
Its Sharjah p
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has recently issued a cruise logbook to be distributed among all Dubai-based floating restaurants to record all their vessel operations, as part of its commitment to ensure and maintain highest levels of mari
Bahrain-based Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard Company (Asry) said its sales reached $168.756 million last year, up 13 per cent over 2010 sales of $149.174 million.
This was announced during its 37th ordinary meeting attended by represent
The maritime commercial climate in the Middle East is in buoyant mood, especially for workboats sector, as investment in offshore oil and gas industry spurs demand for offshore support vessels (OSVs), said experts at a key industry event.
RBG, the leading provider of fabric maintenance and construction support to the global energy industry, announced that it is to invest more than $4 million to boost the capability of its offshore diving fleet.
This company, which recently
Bahrain’s ports and vessels have the highest security measures available, and the kingdom has no plans to beef it up further following an attack on a Japanese tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last month, said a senior official.