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The Maritime Standard Yearbook
The Maritime Standard UAE Yearbook 2017 /18 will be published in May 2017, the Yearbook will cover developments in the ports, shipping and related industries within the United Arab Emirates for 2017-18.This will underline the country’s status as the premier maritime cluster within the region, and will set out the significant growth and development that is taking place at the present time. In-depth interviews with senior policy makers and decision takers at private sector bodies as well as organisations such as the Federal Transport Authority and DCMA will highlight how the UAE will move further forward as a force in this industry over the next few years.

The publication will provide comprehensive coverage of recent developments and future plans affecting leading port and terminal companies in the UAE. These will include updates on Jebel Ali, Sharjah port, Khalifa port, Fujairah and RAK ports, covering not only container-related developments, but initiatives affecting bulk, general cargo and cruise shipping as well.

There will also be articles on major ship owners, operators and managers based in the UAE, and which are active in a number of different market segments. These will highlight recent investment programmes, as well as fleet development and service plans for the future, affecting tankers, container shipping, bulk operations, and passenger shipping and offshore, among others.

The report will further focus on fast growing levels of activity in the UAE shipbuilding and repair business. The magazine will reflect on market trends, recent projects and plans for further expansion in this market.

The UAE is also home to a number of influential companies in other sectors of the marine industry. Additional topics that will be covered in the magazine will include classification societies, ship agency and logistics, free zones, maritime law and insurance and banking.

Furthermore, the building of new railways will open up opportunities for shipping, ports and transport, and there will be an update on plans by Etihad Rail in this context.

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