UAE-based Gulftainer, a leading independent port management and logistics company, has opened a new cargo terminal at Port Canaveral in Florida, US.
The Canaveral terminal officially opened for business on June 12, in the presence
Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Dubai-based Emirates, is set to expand its US cargo network to 11 destinations, when the airline launches a daily service to Orlando, Florida from September 1.
The Dubai – Orlando route w
CRN will take part in the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in Florida, US, which will be held from October 30 to November 3, buoyed by a “dynamic” period for the shipyard which saw the delivery of two new superyachts this year
Gulftainer, a subsidiary of Crescent Enterprises and UAE-based port terminal operator, has won a 35-year concession from Port Canaveral in Florida to operate and develop its container and cargo terminal.
Bahrain-based Investcorp, a leading provider and manager of alternative investment products, has announced that its US-based real estate arm, has acquired a portfolio of commercial and residential properties in Dallas, Texas and South Florida fo
A gunman set fire to his Miami-area apartment unit, then killed six people in and around the building in a shooting rampage before he was slain by police who stormed his position early Saturday and rescued two neighbors he had taken hostage.
US President Barack Obama called for calm on Sunday after the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, as thousands of civil rights demonstrators turned out at rallies to condemn racial prof
The New Miami Subs Grill, the largest regional sub and grill chain in Florida, has inked a deal with Saudi-based Mazah Trading and Contracting Company to open 56 new outlets in the GCC region.
The Gulf franchise locations will be
Slow-moving Tropical Storm Debby buffeted parts of Florida with driving rains and high winds on Monday, and threatened more flooding and tornadoes on Tuesday as it hovered off the state's northern Gulf of Mexico coast.
With tropical storm-
Bonds in the Gulf Arab oil exporters are outperforming fixed income markets in many other countries as the world's economic climate darkens, suggesting the Gulf may have turned a corner in convincing investors of its financial stability. &nbs