Bahrain-based Well Flow International recently marked the 16th anniversary of its partnership with US-based Group 42 at a ceremony which also celebrated the relocation of its international headquarters in the kingdom.
Well Flow ha
Bahrain-based Well Flow International, an independent provider of technology-enabled wellbore cleanup solutions, has moved its international headquarters to Fakhro Towers located in Sanabis.
Well Flow’s previous headquarter
Dubai International Airport registered the highest monthly traffic in its 55-year history with 7.2 million passengers in August.
According to the latest traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today, traffic at Dubai Airp
Leading telecommunications company Viva Bahrain has now extended its popular International Credit Transfer service for its postpaid customers.
It will allow them the opportunity to transfer up to BD5 ($13) wort
Bahrain-based International Investment Bank (IIB) has appointed Subhi F Benkhadra as its new chief executive officer.
Benkhadra, previously the chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi based Baniyas Investment and
Dubai International Airport saw passenger numbers climb up to 6.68 million In July this year, up 29.6 per cent from a temporary dip in the same month last year when traffic numbers were affected by a runway refurbishment programme.
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy has received the first batch of students for its post-graduate diploma programme in UAE Diplomacy and International Relations, a programme spread over nine months.
It will equip
SDKA International, a global resources firm dedicated to financing, production, refining, processing, transportation, storage and supply of a broad range of commodities, has entered the North American market and appointed Raisaka Masebelanga a
Muscat International Shipping and Logistics, a leading Omani logistics firm, has delivered diesel generators for the Masirah Oman power plant, according to a report.
The cargo comprised seven Wärtsilä generator sets, wei
International tourism demand continued to be robust between January and April with the Middle East recording a 4 per cent increase in the number of arrivals.
Worldwide, international tourist arrivals increased by 4 per cent betwee