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Etihad in cargo traffic deal with Italian airport

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, and Italy’s Parma Airport have signed an agreement to develop cargo traffic at the airport in central Italy. The exclusive agreement initially includes the establishment of a

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Dubai Supply Authority looks to buy 3 LNG cargoes

The Dubai Supply Authority has launched a tender to buy three liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for delivery May through July, according to two trade sources.   The outcome of the tender is expected in the comi

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US to receive first Oman oil cargo in three years

The US will receive this week its first import of Omani crude in three years after a strengthening in US crude prices against benchmarks in other regions attracted arbitrage supplies, Thomson Reuters Trade Flow data showed.  

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UAE’s $27bn logistics market to be highlighted at cargo event

The UAE’s logistics market worth $27 billion and the various transport infrastructure projects underway in the country, will be highlighted at the Cargo Show Middle East and North Africa (Mena), to be held later this week, in Dubai, UAE.

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Oman Air selects SmartKargo for cargo services

Oman Air, the national carrier of Oman, has selected SmartKargo, providers of air cargo management solution, to power their cargo sales and operations, beginning June 2016.    SmartKargo is the only cargo platform that i

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GCC railway opening date of 2018 ‘no longer realistic’

A 2018 target to open a transnational rail network in the Arabian peninsula is unrealistic and the six Gulf countries will meet in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, next month to discuss a more plausible launch date, the UAE's infrastructure minister sa

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Air cargo leaders calls for 100pc e-freight adoption

Air cargo industry leaders called for 100 per cent e-freight adoption at Clear View, a Kale Thought Leadership Summit for Air Cargo, which took place in Dubai, UAE recently.   The summit was a first-of-its-kind i

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Disruptive tech could impact large ports, warns DPW chief

Implementation of disruptive technology like the use of drones and high speed transport systems such as Hyperloop to move and deliver cargo could radically impact large ports like Jebel Ali with cargo going straight to customers, said a top indu

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Mideast carriers' air freight grows 4pc

Middle Eastern carriers' air freight grew four per cent in December and for 2015 in total the region expanded 11.3 per cent compared to the previous year, according to recent figures.   The International Air

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Iranian oil output recovering as cargoes sold to Europe

Iran is on track to raise oil production by 500,000 barrels per day after the lifting of sanctions this month and has already sold six supertankers with additional crude to buyers in Europe and Asia, a Iranian oil source said. &nb

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