US-based Ascend Performance Materials’ technical experts and sales team will showcase a range of its PA66 products for the automotive industry at the International Congress of Plastics In Automotive Engineering (VDI Conference) to be held
The UAE’s hospitality market remained subdued in 2016 on the back of weaker macroeconomic conditions, further strengthening of the USD, and a strong supply pipeline, said an industry expert.
According to leading real estate
The newly opened Dubai Opera held its first performance yesterday, where a lucky few were able to witness a breathtaking performance by world-class tenor Plácido Domingo.
With tickets for the first show at Dubai Opera selli
Hotels in the Middle East reported mixed results across key performance metrics in July. Occupancy rates jumped 58 per cent while average daily rate (ADR) and revenue per available room (RevPAR) dropped 5.9 per cent to $161.82 and 11.9 per cent
Boeing and Qatar Airways announced today at the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow the launch of a new Performance Improvement Package.
Qatar Airways is the first customer in the world to take advantage of the new modification
Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec) announced that its impact on the Abu Dhabi economy in 2015 surged by 26 per cent to Dh3.47 billion ($944.4 million) from Dh2.76 billion ($751.2 million) in 2014.
This follows a 13 per
Bahrain has been ranked first in the Gulf region and sixth in the Middle East in the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) issued at the World Economic Forum, according to a report.
The important indicator of e
Qatar Airways, the flag carrier of Qatar, was awarded for its consistently high performance among the Middle East and Africa Major Airlines in FlightStats’ 7th Annual Airline On-Time Performance Service Awards.
Among the competing
Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities and environment solutions in the GCC, has won the Sheikh Khalifa Excellence Award (SKEA) – Silver Category in recognition of its consistent strong performance in the service sector over
Dubai hotels are continuing to cut average daily rates in attempts to try to stimulate the traditional levels of high demand, which dipped drastically in October this year, said a report.
According to STR Global's preliminary Octobe