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GreenPort chats to Shiko Zana, CEO of Israel’s Ashdod Port about its investment in green development and technology
The UAE has launched its largest integrated system for transporting goods and passengers across the country
Safeguarding the UAE’s environment is a priority for one global logistics company.
A green hydrogen to ammonia export project could be developed in the Middle East.
Two ports are to work collaboratively to develop renewables technology.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is helping sustainably transform a Middle Eastern port.
One Middle East port operator has become the first-ever company from the Middle East to win a UK corporate social responsibility (CSR) award.
Abu Dhabi Ports has announced a major coral relocation and conservation project to protect marine life.
Supply chain efficiency is at the heart of a new container transportation services agreement for Abu Dhabi Ports.
Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) has taken delivery of two remote-controlled Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes and ten hybrid-Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs), as part of the expansion of Jeddah Port.
Hybrid remote-controlled rubber tyred gantry cranes will help make operations at a Middle East terminal more efficient.
Abu Dhabi Ports is helping accelerate sustainable development of the country’s maritime ecosystem by exploring development opportunities in alternative fuels digitalisation and renewable energy.
A Middle East port operator is to house its digital solutions in a solar-panelled steel and aluminium smart container powered by clean energy.
Jordan’s only container port has released its ninth annual sustainability report revealing its continued sustainability efforts to get more eco-friendly.
A port in the United Arab Emirates has taken part in the first IMO 2020-compliant low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) bunkering operation for an energy company.
A Middle East port partnership will see the planting of 600 trees to support environmental conservation.
Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary Safeen collected over 120t of floating sea debris in Abu Dhabi waters last year and recycled more than ten tons of the collected material.
SOHAR Port and Freezone and Oman’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs (MECA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for environmental management and best practise.
DP World’s Jebel Ali Free Zone has launched the UAE’s first green storage and warehouse facilities in Dubai helping businesses to reduce their carbon footprint.
A new container freight station at Khalifa Port in the UAE aims to improve logistics efficiency and environmental performance by reducing truck movements.
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