The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has revealed the successful opening of its newest registration and licensing centre in Umm Suqeim. The move complements the government’s continuing efforts towards achieving customer happiness
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has marked another remarkable global achievement as it has once again won Category B Membership into the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
The 3rd Saudi Maritime Congress, scheduled to be held in March 22 to 23, 2020 in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, will provide an ideal platform for local and global industry leaders and authorities to examine
The Arab Academy for Science and Technology (AASTS) Maritime Transport in Sharjah has started implementing e-learning for the second semester in the College of Maritime Transport Technology.
In response to the current situation and the directives of the business sector and educational and health authorities in the United Arab Emirates, UAE-based SJR Group has launched the ‘Interact Safely’ initiative.
Forward-thinking maritime regulations, an increase in the number of foreign vessels and new technology are all contributing to the UAE’s rise as one of the world’s most prominent maritime hubs.
Libya’s internationally recognised government and Turkey have signed an agreement on maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea that could complicate Ankara’s disputes over energy exploration with other countries.
The third annual UAE Maritime Leaders Roundtable Discussion, held at a local hotel in Dubai on Tuesday, focussed on the theme of ‘Reinforcing a Competitive Classification Sector in the UAE: Challenges and Opportunities’, to deliver industry advancing progress.
The Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), in cooperation with the Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA), has launched a Marine Agency to oversee wooden dhow ships and regulate all their activities while they are in Dubai waters.