Thursday 27 October 2016

Nakilat holds shipping forum in London

Nakilat, the shipping arm of Qatar’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, recently held the Qatar Project Shipping Forum (QPSF) in London, UK, over a span of two days. QPSF is as an important platform, established and organised by Nakilat in 2006, to address concerns coverin


A-Map plans expansion of global footprint

Dubai-based Al-Muqarram Auto Spare Parts Trading (A-Map), a leading distributor of automotive products, said it is aims to  develop and grow its global footprint through further expansion. A-Map presently operates a network of branches in Qatar, China, South Africa, Russia a


ADSB launches training programme for local youth

Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB), a leading provider of construction, repair and refit services for naval, military and commercial boats and ships, has launched a training and development programme which will prepare young Emiratis for careers in the ship building and repairing industry.


Equate participates in top Germany event

Kuwait-based Equate Petrochemical Company said that it recently participated at the International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber (K 2016), which was held in Dusseldorf, Germany. The event, leading fair for the plastics and rubber industry, kicked off on October 19 and conclud


Red Technologies to showcase latest PMR solution

Red Technologies, a leading innovator in dynamic spectrum management, plans to showcase T-Rem, its latest solution for efficient deployment of tactical private mobile radio (PMR) for military and public safety, at Milipol Qatar, the international exhibition of homeland security in Doha, Qatar.


Mideast firms in bid to cut use of HFC coolants

Companies and industries across the Middle East are set to increase their efforts in using alternative coolants for air-conditioners and refrigerators, following the signing of a global agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This month, more than 190 countries agreed to an


Volkswagen's $14.7bn settlement deal approved

Volkswagen has announced that it received final court approval of a $14.7 billion settlement with consumers and government agencies over an emission scandal. The deal could get nearly half a million diesel-powered cars off U.S. roads. Judge Charles R Breyer of the


New Emerson programme to cut operational losses

Emerson, a global leader in technology and engineering, has launched Operational Certainty, a technology and engineering-based programme designed to help industrial companies achieve top performance and recover more than $1 trillion in operational losses globally. Emerson is intr


Arabal focus on aluminium sector's role in regional growth

Top experts will discuss economic diversification efforts in the region and the role of aluminium sector as the anchor of GCC's industrial growth at the 20th Arab International Aluminium Conference (Arabal), to be held next month, in Dubai, UAE. The event will take place from


Sika Gulf mulls key acquisition to boost growth

Bahrain-based Sika Gulf, a joint venture between Swiss construction materials group Sika and Saudi Sumam Chemicals, aims to double the company's turnover in the next five years by accelerating organic growth and through key acquisitions, said a senior official. Ashraf Wahib,

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