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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - SEAPORTS & SHIPPING

Khorfakkan Container Terminal receives CMA CGM Marco Polo

Posted on 07/01/2013

Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT) yesterday became the first terminal operator in the Middle East to handle the world's largest containership, CMA CGM Marco Polo, owned by the CMA CGM Group. With a length of four standard football pitches (396 metres), 54 metres beam and requiring a draft of 16m, Khorfakkan is one of the few ports in the world able to accommodate Marco Polo's massive 16,020 TEU capacity. Having seen volumes increase by 26% at Khorfakkan in 2012, Gulftainer has ensured it ...  >>MORE

DP World expansion on track

Posted on 31/12/2012

DP World said on Sunday that expansion work at the Jebel Ali port is on track, as the Dubai-based company looks to ramp up the capacity at its flagship facility to meet growing demand. The expanded container terminal 2 at Jebel Ali is scheduled to open for business in the second quarter of 2013, DP World said in an emailed statement. Work on the new terminal 3, across the harbour from terminal 2, is also well underway to open in 2014 and take Jebel Ali's total capacity to 19 million TEUs, ...  >>MORE

Khorfakkan to receive world's largest containership

Posted on 31/12/2012

The UAE is all set to welcome the world's largest containership - CMA CGM Marco Polo - as it charts its maiden voyage across the Arabian Gulf in the New Year and makes Khorfakkan port her first call in the Middle East. At 396 meters long (approximately the length of four standard football pitches) and 54 meters wide, the CMA CGM Marco Polo is capable of carrying up to 16,020 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit). The vessel is scheduled to call at Gulftainer's Khorfakkan Container Terminal on 5 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Terminals to manage first Khalifa Port terminal

Posted on 20/12/2012

Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) secured the exclusive right to manage and operate the first Khalifa Port container terminal by signing a 30-year concession with Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC). The concession for Khalifa Port Container Terminal 1 was signed during a ceremony at Emirates Palace attended by major players from the public and private sectors of the UAE's shipping industry. The agreement with ADPC, Khalifa Port's owner and regulator, means ADT will manage and operate the new container ...  >>MORE

Jebel Ali Port sets new record handling over 500,000 vehicles

Posted on 18/12/2012

Global marine terminal operator DP World, on Monday announced that its flagship Jebel Ali Port has achieved a new milestone, handling more than 500,000 vehicles in less than 12 months. This translates into almost one vehicle imported, exported or re-exported every minute of the day, 24x7. Achieved in the first 49 weeks of this year, the record exceeds the peak levels of 2008 when the number of vehicles handled through the port for the full year was 479,000. DP World is expanding the capacity ...  >>MORE

Mina Rashid named world’s leading cruise port

Posted on 16/12/2012

Mina Rashid, operated by global marine terminal operator DP World, has beaten the world's top cruise ports to win the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA) 2012 for the World's Leading Cruise Port for the fifth consecutive year. The regional cruise hub was voted the world's best from among WTA's 17 regional winners for the year, including top ports such as Miami in Florida, PSA in Singapore, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Shanghai in China. Mohammad Al Mannaei, director of Mina Rashid, DP ...  >>MORE

President officially launches Khalifa Port

Posted on 13/12/2012

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan yesterday expressed his pride at the completion of projects that are of benefit to the citizens of the homeland and that strengthen the national economy. He made his remarks when inaugurating Khalifa Port, north-east of Abu Dhabi City. The inauguration was also attended by the Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

Dubai Maritime City infrastructure development gains rapid momentum

Posted on 11/12/2012

Maritime World, the umbrella body constituting Dubai Maritime City (DMC) and other maritime entities, yesterday announced that the development of the Business District of Dubai Maritime City, has received an emphatic boost as 35 percent of developers signed-off and agreed this week to begin immediate development of their plots. Another 40 percent of companies will sign contracts during the coming week. The properties, constituting a substantial portion of the Business District, are ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Terminals completes transition to Khalifa Port

Posted on 10/12/2012

Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) has completed the strategic redirection of container traffic from the confines of downtown Abu Dhabi to a spacious new terminal 60 kilometres east of the city centre. The move of the container trade from Mina Zayed, a long-established port that has served Abu Dhabi for over 40 years, to Khalifa Port, the region's newest and only semi-automated terminal, was completed three months ahead of schedule and less than three months after the new port began commercial ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Port to be officially opened December 12, 2012

Posted on 09/12/2012

Khalifa Port will be officially opened on December 12, 2012 amidst expectations that over the next few years the UAE will become a vital link in the chain which connects emerging and more established markets Since shipping activities in the region are growing year on year by 6-7 per cent, the 417-square kilometre Khalifa Industrial Zone of Abu Dhabi (Kizad) has been projected as the hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade across a number of sectors with its enormous size and strategically ...  >>MORE

DP World formally awarded new terminal project

Posted on 07/11/2012

Mumbai/Dubai: DP World further strengthened its relationship with India's premier gateway port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port, on Tuesday with the ceremonial presentation and formal acceptance of the Letter of Award for the 330-metre new terminal project by DP World Chairman Sultan Ahmad Bin Sulayem and port chairman L Radhakrishnan. The ceremony was also attended by other senior members of the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority and DP World. Once constructed, the new terminal will add 800,000 TEUs ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Ports Company posts rise in traffic

Posted on 01/11/2012

Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) posted a 16 per cent increase in vessel movement at its ports, which rose from 19,434 between January and September 2011 to 22,477 in the same period in 2012. The largest increase was for roll-on-roll-off (RORO) traffic, vehicles driven on and off ships either as trucks carrying goods or vehicles being imported for sale within the UAE, the ports company said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that the traffic in this area increased by 41 per cent over the last ...  >>MORE

DP World handles 14.2 million TEU in third quarter of 2012

Posted on 31/10/2012

DP World Limited handled 14.2 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) across its portfolio of container terminals in the third quarter of 2012. This was 1% lower than the same period last year reflecting the divestment of three joint venture terminals and a decline in volumes in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Like for like gross container volume growth in the third quarter was 0.5%. Gross container volumes have continued to grow 4.5% in the first nine months of the year driven ...  >>MORE

Jebel Ali Port's Terminal 2 expansion passes halfway mark, work begins on Terminal 3

Posted on 29/10/2012

DP World Chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem yesterday welcomed progress on the expansion at Jebel Ali Port, which includes the brand new US$850 million Terminal 3, saying it was crucial in supporting the growth of Dubai and the wider Middle East, Africa and Subcontinent region. Bin Sulayem's comments came as he inspected the construction underway at Jebel Ali's Container Terminals 2 and 3, accompanied by Mohammed Ali Ahmed, Chief Operations Officer, DP World UAE Region, which are set to take ...  >>MORE

DP World, UAE Region wins three Lloyd's awards

Posted on 23/10/2012

DP World, UAE Region recently won the prestigious Lloyd's List Port Operator Award for 2012 at the Lloyd's List Middle East and Indian Subcontinent Awards, held in Dubai, the important Investment in People Award at the global Containerisation International Awards in London, and the inaugural Best Regional Sustainability Initiative Award at the Green Middle East Awards for Environmental Excellence event held in Sharjah, UAE. The Lloyd's List award recognises DP World for its high levels of ...  >>MORE

UAE logistics market to exceed US$10b by ’15

Posted on 23/10/2012

According to a Frost & Sullivan report UAE's logistics market is expected to sustain a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8 per cent to reach US$10 billion by 2015 from just US$6.35 billion in 2009, The UAE has consistently maintained its status as a key logistics hub in the GCC with the country's growing import and export volumes. From 2007 to 2011, imports in the UAE sustained a CAGR of 12 per cent, while the export market grew by 33 per cent, or twice the rate of imports, according to ...  >>MORE

Construction to start soon on DP World’s Turkish project

Posted on 22/10/2012

DP World is expected to soon begin construction work on the Yarimca terminals in Turkey, a top official said on Sunday. The terminal to be fully owned by DP World will be built on the Asian side of Istanbul with a capacity of 1.3 million TEUs capacity, upon completion. "The project is a part of 10 major port developments being carried out by the DP World, as part of its strategy to invest in emerging as well as developed markets. These projects includes mega projects like London Gateway, ...  >>MORE

DP World orders operating system for Jebel Ali Terminal 3

Posted on 26/09/2012

DP World has signed an agreement with CyberLogitec, a Korean IT company specialising in maritime and logistics industry, to provide its OPUS Terminal Operating System (TOS) for Terminal 3, which when completed will add four million TEU in additional capacity to Jebel Ali. Jebel Ali, the container port operated by DP World, UAE Region will install the technology to run its new container terminal currently under development, as part of plans to expand container handling capacity at the port to ...  >>MORE

UAE to start ‘intelligent ports’ program in 2013

Posted on 25/09/2012

The UAE will begin implementing the ‘intelligent ports' programme next year to detect drugs and other contraband smuggled into the country in cargo and passenger baggage, according to Dr Hatem Fouad Ali, head of the UN office in UAE to combat drugs. Dr Hatem said the ‘intelligent ports' programme is still in the computer simulation stage. He revealed this during a seminar on ‘Smart Technology for Border Security' organised by the Department of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai on ...  >>MORE

Jebel Ali's new terminal set to receive next generation container ships

Posted on 24/09/2012

DP World, UAE Region, took a major step towards the development of a massive new container terminal at Jebel Ali in Dubai, with the signing of an agreement for the construction of the infrastructure to expand capacity at the flagship port by 4 million TEU 'twenty-foot equivalent unit'. Terminal 3 will be one of the finest modern marine terminals in the world with a quay length of 1,860 metres, a draft of 17 metres, and a 70 hectare storage yard. When operations commence at the new terminal in ...  >>MORE

Drydocks World completes conversion and upgrade of NDC Jack-up rig Beynouna

Posted on 20/09/2012

Drydocks World, announced the completion of conversion and upgrade of Jack-up Drilling Platform, Beynouna belonging to the National Drilling Company (NDC). The Rig arrived at the Dubai shipyard in late July this year, following Rig Delma to undergo major work at the shipyard in 2012. The shipyard has continued in focusing the newly adopted strategy to enhance its services for the offshore oil, gas and energy sectors. Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World said, "We ...  >>MORE

Drydocks World reaches exclusive co-operation agreement with ABB at SMM

Posted on 12/09/2012

Drydocks World, the most productive shipyard in the Middle East will have a dedicated service point for ABB turbochargers in its facility in Dubai. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed to this effect between Drydocks World and ABB Turbocharging at the SMM in Hamburg, one of Europe's leading maritime exhibitions, where Drydocks World will have its largest-ever representation at the show this year. The signing ceremony was held at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, in the presence of ...  >>MORE

Drydocks World launches AHTS built for Swire Pacific

Posted on 05/09/2012

Drydocks World, announced that it has recently launched an Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessel (AHTS) built at its Singapore facility in Tuas basin for Swire Pacific Offshore. The vessel was launched ahead of the scheduled date in September. "We are delighted at the successful launch of the vessel, which adds to our portfolio of important projects carried out for the offshore services sector. We are proud that the team was able to meet the productivity targets and launch the vessel ahead of ...  >>MORE

Logistics sector adds 14% to UAE GDP

Posted on 05/09/2012

The location and sophisticated transport infrastructure of the United Arab Emirates has made it a transit point for the global movement of cargo, by sea, land, and air, as well as a crossroads for world trade. Recent estimates indicate that around 14 per cent of the UAE's GDP is now being generated by the supply chain and logistics sector. The importance of shipping, ports and cargo industries in particular, cannot be underestimated. These industries form an integral part of the country's ...  >>MORE

DP World, PCFC Security Department sign deal

Posted on 04/09/2012

DP World has signed a partnership agreement with Ports, Customs &'Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) Security Department to strengthen and provide greater strategic depth and efficiency to security operations at its port facilities in Dubai. The agreement, signed in DP World's head office by Mohammed Al Muallem, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, DP World, UAE Region, and Mahmood Amin, Chief Executive Officer of PCFC Security Department, aims to achieve enhanced alignment of planning, ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Port commences commercial testing operations in support of Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030

Posted on 02/09/2012

The official launch of Khalifa Port, the most technically advanced port in the MENA region, will be commenced by the end of this year, Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), said yesterday during the commercial testing operations of Khalifa Port by (ADPC). Khalifa Port is one of the pioneering accomplishments resulting from the visionary leadership of Abu Dhabi which will make a major contribution towards achieving the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 of a ...  >>MORE

DP World increases profit by 12% to US$310 million

Posted on 30/08/2012

DP World yesterday announced financial results from its global portfolio of marine terminals for the first six months of 2012, reporting profit before tax at US$310 million, 12% ahead of the prior period on an underlying basis. DP World Chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem commented:"The past six months has been a challenging period for the global economy. Taking this into account, it is very encouraging that DP World has been able to show good profit growth across its global portfolio, led by ...  >>MORE

Gulftainer’s Sharjah terminal throughput rises by 23% in H1

Posted on 23/08/2012

Gulftainer Company, the largest privately owned ports operator in the world, on Wednesday said its throughput at Sharjah terminals rose 23 per cent in the first half as export volumes from Middle East countries increased. The Sharjah-based company said that throughput at Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT) and Sharjah Container Terminal (SCT) are estimated to exceed 3.5 million twenty-feet equivalent units (TEUS) in 2012. The company, which also operates port facilities at Ruwais in Abu ...  >>MORE

Mina Zayed celebrates 40 years of Abu Dhabi trade

Posted on 19/08/2012

In 1972, Abu Dhabi had its first local port and since then the city's trade and economy have forever changed. Port Zayed, or Mina Zayed as it is locally known, opened up new horizons to the city's trade business and oil and gas sector. "Before Mina Zayed, goods had to reach Abu Dhabi in other ways, so they were discharged very far away maybe in Saudi [Arabia], maybe in Dubai, maybe in other places and cargo had to travel by road,” said Martijn Van de Linde, Chief Executive Officer of Abu ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Port set to open on Sept.1

Posted on 14/08/2012

In preparation for the September 1, 2012 operational opening of the Khalifa Port Container Terminal, Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) and Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) held a half-day seminar that shared the latest updates and procedures directly impacting trucking companies and clearing agents which will use the Port. Presided over by Capt. Mohamed Al Shamisi, Executive Vice President, Ports' Unit, ADPC and Martijn Van de Linde, CEO, ADT, the seminar brought together representatives from ADPC, the ...  >>MORE

Port Rashid resumes passenger ferry services to regional destinations

Posted on 14/08/2012

Upgraded and refurbished Port Rashid, which connects Dubai with port cities across the Gulf region, has resumed the passenger ferry services to the regional destinations. The ferry Hormuz-12 arrived this week carrying 190 passengers from the Port of Bandar Lengeh in Iran, and was accorded a warm welcome at the dedicated terminal by senior DP World officials led by Mohammed Al Muallem, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, DP World, UAE Region, Mohammed Ali Ahmed, Chief Operating Officer, ...  >>MORE

ADPC celebrates arrival of Brand New Tugboats for Khalifa Port

Posted on 13/08/2012

The Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) yesterday witnessed the arrival of its first brand new batch of tug boats for Khalifa Port. The ceremony to celebrate the arrival of the new tug boats for Khalifa Port followed the previous commemoration of the keel laying ceremony for two new 32 metre escort tugboats. Stakeholders including DOT, Customs, Irshad, and Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT), Grandweld were invited to the ceremony. Captain Mohamed Al-Shamisi, Executive Vice President of Ports Operations ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Khalifa Port to open as Mina Zayed hits capacity

Posted on 09/08/2012

The new Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi will open in the nick of time next month as the capital's flagship Mina Zayed terminal is expected to reach full capacity before the end of the year. All shipments handled at Mina Zayed will be gradually transferred to Port Khalifa over the next six months as Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) expects to handle a record number of containers this year. "We believe we will hit 800,000 this year," said Tony Douglas, the chief executive. "So far we had 350,00 at the ...  >>MORE

DP World reports 7.5% increase in container volumes in H1, 2012

Posted on 02/08/2012

In the first six months of the year, DP World handled 28.2 million TEU (twenty foot equivalent units) across its global portfolio of over 60 terminals, 7.5% ahead of the same period last year. Like for like gross volume growth was 5.4%. The Asia Pacific and Indian Subcontinent region was the main driver of this growth, reporting a 12.1% increase in volumes to 13.3 million TEU. This strong performance was driven by growth across our terminals in Asia Pacific as well as new capacity across the ...  >>MORE

DMC business and commercial operations thrive in 2012

Posted on 23/07/2012

Dubai Maritime City (DMC) saw an increase in business and commercial activity in 2012. The City's Industrial Precinct has tailor-made solutions for maritime industrial, commercial and trading companies and offers facilities such as large and small workshops, warehouses, ship repair plots, shops and canteens. Over 55 local and international organisations involved in the maritime sector and hospitality services have set up base here. "We have changed the concept of business and development plans ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Port on track to open on September 1st

Posted on 22/07/2012

In a milestone highlighting the intensive and full scale tests being carried out before the September 1st launch of Khalifa Port, the only semi-automated container terminal in the region, Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) and its port operator Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT), have announced the historic arrival of the first-ever commercial container vessel to call at the port. The vessel, Ever Dynamic, from Evergreen Line with a total capacity of 4,173 TEUs (Twenty foot Equivalent container Units) ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Khalifa Port sets its 'art' into motion

Posted on 19/07/2012

Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi welcomed its first commercial container ship yesterday, the largest ever to dock in the emirate's waters. Dynamic Evergreen, a Taiwanese-owned 294-metre vessel, sailed into the new port at 8am. Giant cranes, the largest ship-to-shore cranes in the world, then unloaded the containers, crammed with everything from food to electrical spare parts. The operation was a trial run ahead of the official opening of the port in Taweelah on September 1. But staff at Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Ports Company, PIL sign Marfa Port project deal

Posted on 16/07/2012

Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) and Parsons International Limited (PIL) have signed a consultancy contract for the first phase development of Marfa Port, Abu Dhabi, to support fishing and marine recreational activities. Following directions from the Abu Dhabi Government, ADPC tendered a contract for specialised consultants to develop Marfa Port. Parsons was selected to provide support to design Marfa Port so that it can accommodate more than 200 boats. The new contract embodies ADPC's ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs earns ISO certification for 5th year

Posted on 16/07/2012

Dubai Customs has recently successfully made a new achievement by earning for the 5th successive year ISO 10002:2004 certification for Customer Complaints System reflecting its commitment to boost the satisfaction of its real business partners; its customers, and handle their complaints as soon as possible. Dubai Customs is the first department in the Middle East to earn the foresaid certificate. It succeeded in earning this international certificate for the first time in 2008 on the basis of ...  >>MORE

Mina Zayed celebrates 40 years of success as Abu Dhabi Main Trade Gateway

Posted on 10/07/2012

Mina Zayed marks its 40th anniversary today and celebrates four successful decades of providing world-class services to a growing customer base locally, regionally and internationally. Established at the end of June 1972 by the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the UAE, Mina Zayed has played a pivotal role in building modern day Abu Dhabi, and has since become an essential gateway to Container and the Oil '&' Gas sector. Benefitting from its strategic location in the ...  >>MORE

DP World sells Adelaide port to Flinders

Posted on 04/07/2012

Port operator DP World handed over its 60 per cent holding in Adelaide's container terminal to Flinders Port after the Australian firm exercised its right to buy the stake, DP World said on Tuesday. The stake sale was triggered by a transaction entered by the state-owned Dubai firm last year to sell 75-percent of its Australian operations to private equity firm Citi Infrastructure Investors (CII) for US$1.5 billion. Flinders, which owned the remaining 40 per cent in the terminal, received ...  >>MORE

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Khorfakkan Container Terminal receives CMA CGM Marco Polo


DP World expansion on track


Khorfakkan to receive world's largest containership


Abu Dhabi Terminals to manage first Khalifa Port terminal


Jebel Ali Port sets new record handling over 500,000 vehicles


Mina Rashid named world’s leading cruise port


President officially launches Khalifa Port


Dubai Maritime City infrastructure development gains rapid momentum


Abu Dhabi Terminals completes transition to Khalifa Port


Khalifa Port to be officially opened December 12, 2012


DP World formally awarded new terminal project


Abu Dhabi Ports Company posts rise in traffic


DP World handles 14.2 million TEU in third quarter of 2012


Jebel Ali Port's Terminal 2 expansion passes halfway mark, work begins on Terminal 3


DP World, UAE Region wins three Lloyd's awards


UAE logistics market to exceed US$10b by ’15


Construction to start soon on DP World’s Turkish project


DP World orders operating system for Jebel Ali Terminal 3


UAE to start ‘intelligent ports’ program in 2013


Jebel Ali's new terminal set to receive next generation container ships


Drydocks World completes conversion and upgrade of NDC Jack-up rig Beynouna


Drydocks World reaches exclusive co-operation agreement with ABB at SMM


Drydocks World launches AHTS built for Swire Pacific


Logistics sector adds 14% to UAE GDP


DP World, PCFC Security Department sign deal


Khalifa Port commences commercial testing operations in support of Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030


DP World increases profit by 12% to US$310 million


Gulftainer’s Sharjah terminal throughput rises by 23% in H1


Mina Zayed celebrates 40 years of Abu Dhabi trade


Khalifa Port set to open on Sept.1


Port Rashid resumes passenger ferry services to regional destinations


ADPC celebrates arrival of Brand New Tugboats for Khalifa Port


Abu Dhabi's Khalifa Port to open as Mina Zayed hits capacity


DP World reports 7.5% increase in container volumes in H1, 2012


DMC business and commercial operations thrive in 2012


Khalifa Port on track to open on September 1st


Abu Dhabi's Khalifa Port sets its 'art' into motion


Abu Dhabi Ports Company, PIL sign Marfa Port project deal


Dubai Customs earns ISO certification for 5th year


Mina Zayed celebrates 40 years of success as Abu Dhabi Main Trade Gateway


DP World sells Adelaide port to Flinders