Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) is set to highlight advantages of using it as a base of operations for the Middle East and North Africa in a seminar at a top trade fair for the automotive aftermarket in Germany this week.
The Jebel Ali port has ranked among the top 10 list of the world’s largest ports, according to the latest container ports’ rankings from Lloyd’s List, Containerisation International and The Journal of Commerce.
Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) is set to highlight Dubai, UAE’s key position as a gateway to the Middle East in a seminar in Shanghai, China this week.
The seminar titled ‘Jebel Ali Free Zone, Gateway to the Middle East a
The Gulf’s oil bonanza and resulting economic windfall has in recent years placed unprecedented burden on the region’s transport infrastructure, impacting its ability to trade efficiently with the outside world, writes Simon Hallett
The Traffic and Roads Agency of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), recently completed works under phase 5 of Jebel Ali – Lehbab Road Widening & Improvement Project; which will be opened for road users in October this ye
DP World has inaugurated the largest and latest container inspection facility at its flagship Jebel Ali Port in Dubai.
The new facility, which serves Jebel Ali Container Terminal 2, is one of the largest inspection facilities in t
Magnetrol International, a leading manufacturer of level and flow process control instrumentation, has opened a new production facility in Jebel Ali.
The facility will operate under the ISO 9001 umbrella of Magnetrol International
More than 90 students from 25 countries are visiting DP World’s flagship Jebel Ali this week to embark on a four-day leadership development conference.
The summit is called CSCLeaders for Students and will run until Septembe
Unilever’s Lipton Jebel Ali factory based in Dubai has installed a composting machine to treat the organic waste output recently.
This installation follows its revelation that the factory has achieved its goal of sending zer
DP World Limited handled 26.6 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) across its global portfolio in the first half of 2013, a 5.8 per cent decline compared to the same period last year.