Gulftainer, a privately-owned, independent terminal operating and logistics company, has named SAP as its strategic technology partner.
Under the terms of the agreement, Gulftainer will deploy a range of SAP solutions running on t
Gulftainer company has marked another significant milestone with the Sharjah Container Terminal (SCT) surpassing 400,000 TEUs (20-foot equivalent units) in annual throughput during 2014.
SCT has again recorded double-digit growth
Gulftainer, a leading terminal operating and logistics company, has been awarded the RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Award 2014 for its commitment to occupational health and safety standards.
UAE-based Gulftainer, a rapidly expanding ports and logistics company, has selected Nexthink, an innovator of end-user IT analytics, through its partner Anzema to support its growth targets by enhancing its IT infrastructure.
Gulftainer, a subsidiary of Crescent Enterprises and UAE-based port terminal operator, has won a 35-year concession from Port Canaveral in Florida to operate and develop its container and cargo terminal.
Gulftainer, the largest terminal operator in the Middle East by number of terminals operated, expanded its operations by 50 per cent in 2013 with increased investments in overseas interests and operations.
During the course of the
The Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT) in Sharjah, operated by UAE-based Gulftainer, a leading port management firm, has been ranked as number one in the Middle East.
The Journal of Commerce (JOC) Port Productivity report awarded
Gulftainer-operated Sharjah Container Terminal was the site for the launch of the Mag Container Line (MCL), the Mag Bride, the first of four new vessels, which will operate on MCL’s Sharjah to Abu Fulous, Iraq service.
Gulftainer, a leading logistics company, has developed an online application to automate information exchange at Sharjah Container Terminal (SCT).
The application will improve information flow between the Sharjah Port Authority (S
UAE-based Gulftainer, one of the largest privately-owned port management and logistics companies, said it has registered a 24 per cent overall increase in its trade volumes in 2012 when compared to the previous year.
Its Sharjah p