Globe Express Services (GES), one of the world’s top 100 global logistics providers, plans to expand its presence in the Middle East, particularly in the UAE where its regional headquarters will be situated.
This comes in line with the ex
Global shipping and logistics services provider GAC has won the ‘Logistics Award’ at the prestigious Lloyd’s List Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Awards (MEISA), for the second consecutive year.
The award was presented to Phil Shower
A US appeals court has ruled against an attempt by Kuwaiti logistics firm Agility to avert prosecution over charges it defrauded the US Army in multibillion-dollar contracts.
Agility was the largest supplier to the US Army in the Middle E
A US court ruling against Kuwaiti logistics company Agility has dealt a blow to the company's fight against charges it defrauded the US Army in multibillion-dollar contracts.
Agility was the largest supplier to the US Army in the Middle Ea
Kuwaiti logistics firm Agility said a fire caused unspecified damage at one of its warehouses in the country on Sunday, but that the company was not aware of any casualties.
"The company is still working to determine the extent of its loss
Mawani, the new company that will manage Qatar’s ports and international marine port interests, has selected Qtel as its technology partner to provide a full data centre solution.
Established in July 2009 by Royal Decree, Mawani will play
Senior management in the GCC are optimistic about economic recovery, but their global operations are ill-prepared to meet a significant upturn in demand, according to a report.
'The economic crisis of 2008 and 2009 provided significant
Kuwait's Agility, the Gulf's biggest logistics firm, has been replaced by a new company as the main supplier to the US military in Kuwait and Iraq, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
The company said the US Defense Logist
Kuwaiti logistics firm Agility will postpone the release of its 2009 financial results until April 11 as it tries to reach a settlement with the US government on a fraud case.
Agility, which had already delayed the resul
US authorities want Kuwaiti logistics firm Agility to pay up to $750 million to settle fraud charges but the company hopes to pay less, a Kuwait newspaper said on Monday.
Arabic language daily Al-Jarida, citing unnamed sources, said Agilit