Senior leaders foresee environmental and climate related issues to have a major impact on the maritime industry in the coming decade.
Marine cargo market is in a state of “accelerating change” driven by underwriters taking action to address unprofitable results.
United Arab Emirates targets 50% clean energy by 2050, as renewables become as cheap as natural gas; commits US$1 million to circular economy initiative of World Economic Forum.
ZIM is embarking on a new concept, Powered by Our Customers, which is about inviting customers to take an active part in designing service experience in using digital tools.
Reefer container equipment availability will remain tight over the next few years, maintaining a CAGR of 4.5% over the next five years.
Hutchison Ports commences a port expansion project in Karachi Port, Pakistan with US$240 million, thus bringing total investment in the country to US$1 billion.
The only way to solve the GHG problem is to find new alternative fuels to fossil.
Marine insurance premium for cargo was reported to be USD 16.6 billion for 2018, representing a 2.5% increase on the 2017 result.
Senior finance executives across the Middle East remain optimistic about the economy, the outlook for their companies and their investments for the future.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) could speed up economic development but it must be accompanied by deep policy reforms that increase transparency and mitigate corruption risks.