Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of ports and industrial zones in the emirate, has received the International Standard for Maritime Pilot Organisations (IPSO) certifications for its marine pilotage service.
The biennial Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East Conference and Exhibition (SOMWME) was inaugurated today (October 5) by Abu Dhabi Ports CEO, Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi.
The event will run until October 7, at
Greece will move rapidly to privatise its ports, regional airports and its power grid operator under a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreed with its international lenders.
According to the 29-page MOU, a copy of which was obta
Abu Dhabi Ports (ADP), the master developer, operator and manager of ports and industrial zones in the emirate, has successfully implemented Jade’s terminal operating system, Master Terminal, at Zayed Port.
It went live with
Abu Dhabi Ports has launched its brand new customer service centre at Zayed Port, further enhancing the organisation’s comprehensive service offerings while addressing the various needs of a continuously growing customer base.
Dubai's DP World, one of the world's biggest port operators, said it had no plans to buy back any of its shares after investors approved a technical measure allowing the company to do so.
"We have no plans for a buy b
Abu Dhabi Ports has enhanced its customer service offering by moving all of its roll-on/roll-off (RORO) cargo to the new Khalifa Port RORO hub, as part of its commitment to facilitate development and trade.
RORO refers to cargo th
Libya's two biggest oil ports, Ras Lanuf and Es Sider, will be able to open once security checks are made as forces backing the country's rival government have left the area after months of fighting, a National Oil Company (NOC) offici
It is too early to say when Libyan oil ports Es Sider and Ras Lanuf can reopen after a force loyal to a self-declared Tripoli government pulled out troops from frontlines near to the terminals, an oil official said.
Abu Dhabi Ports has forecast a 17 per cent growth across all general cargo activities this year, following a record year in 2014.
The firm met cargo owners and movers to discuss how to further improve efficiency in the movement of