A host of motoring icons are set to join the leading lights of the Dubai International Motor Show (DIMS) as part of the Motoring Nostalgia Museum for classic and historically significant cars.
Some of the world
Nissan Middle East has been nominated under three categories for this year’s Middle East Motoring Awards (Mema), which is to take place on October 24.
Nissan Altima, Sentra and Pathfinder have been selecte
India’s leading tyre manufacturer, the $2 billion Apollo Tyres, has opened a 12,000 sq ft office and warehouse in Dubai, making it the regional hub for its Middle East operations.
The region has traditionally been one of Apollo’s strongest
Michelin Africa, India and Middle-East (AIM) is increasing the prices of all product ranges by upto 12 per cent, in the face of continued and accelerating escalation of raw material costs.
The price hikes are as follows:
Getting the aero-dynamics right on lorries and buses can help operators cut fuel consumption costs, which amount to 30 per cent of total operating costs, an industry expert said.
Richard Elviss, chartered member of the Institute of Logisti
A plea is going out to rescue a 'green' scheme to turn used vegetable oil into fuel for diesel vehicles, such as trucks.
It is hoped the Economic Development Board, chaired by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa,
DriveArabia.com has become the most popular English automotive portal in the GCC, according to audience measurement results by Australian company Effective Measure, an ABCe associate.
The constantly-updated website offers comprehensive new
Al-Futtaim Automall has launched an exclusive Dubai Shopping Festival offer whereby customers can purchase any car from its portfolio of over 1000 quality pre-owned vehicles and be able to choose from three fabulous offers.
The ‘Choose You
The second edition of the Burj Dubai Classic Car Show in February 2010 has been extended to four days, from February 18 to 21, owing to public demand and stronger participation from classic car lovers in the region.
In its debut in Februar
Suzuki Saudia, the sole distributor of Suzuki vehicles in Saudi Arabia and part of Bamarouf Group, has reported a 5 per cent growth in sales and an 8 per cent revenue increase for the first half of 2009.
The solid performance came amidst a