Abu Dhabi Ports
Established in March 2006 as a government-owned organisation, Abu Dhabi Ports is the master developer, operator and manager of ten ports including Khalifa Port, Zayed Port, Musaffah Port & Musaffah Channel, as well as its trade and logistics hub Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad), with the utmost efficiency and optimisation.
Khalifa Port was officially inaugurated on 12.12.12 by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Located halfway between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, the port is the first semi-automated container port in the GCC region. It handles all of Abu Dhabi’s container traffic, general cargo, and Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) cargo.
Khalifa Port features state-of-the-art maritime infrastructure, including nine of the world’s largest ship-to-shore quay cranes, 42 automated stacking cranes and 28 straddle carriers.
In its current development phase one, Khalifa Port can handle an annual capacity of 2.5 million TEU containers and 12 million tonnes of general cargo. The port is being developed in stages as industry demand grows. When all development phases are completed, Khalifa Port is expected to increase its capacity for container volumes to 15 million TEUs and 35 million tonnes of general cargo per year.
Abu Dhabi Ports plays a key role linking the region to global markets and facilitating the diversification of the Emirate’s economy by enabling economic development and the movement of goods, equipment and materials.
Through seamless integration and robust connections, Abu Dhabi Ports offers exceptional services and innovative business solutions over a vast expanse of sea and hinterland, pioneering best practices without fail.
ADNOC – Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
ADNOC Logistics & Services provides shipping, offshore logistics and onshore services.
As a global integrator of maritime logistics, the company leverages its international shipping
excellence and diversified services expertise through three main areas of activities: shipping,
offshore logistics, onshore services.
ADNOC Logistics & Services manages a comprehensive fleet of over 123 vessels and a
logistical base of over 1.4 million square meters. Its comprehensive offering plays a
considerable role in a broader ecosystem both in Abu Dhabi and internationally. ADNOC
Logistics & Services serves ADNOC Group as well as international customers, facilitating the
development of the UAE’s energy industries, fortifying the nation's position as a global
energy provider, and contributing to its overall economic growth.
ADNOC Logistics & Services is led by its CEO, Captain Abdulkareem Al Masabi, who joined
in April 2018 after a successful period as executive vice president at Abu Dhabi Ports.
Bahri, a global leader transportation and logistics, is at the forefront of revolutionizing the global maritime commerce, providing diverse and innovative services that include transportation of crude oil, oil products, chemicals, bulk, and general cargo through its six business units, namely Bahri Oil, Bahri Logistics, Bahri Chemicals, Bahri Dry Bulk, Bahri Ship Management, and Bahri Data.
Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Riyadh, the company has around 3,000 dedicated employees across its global network of offices in Saudi Arabia, UAE, USA, and India, and has a vast network of agents across the Middle East, Africa, USA, Europe, and Asia.
Bahri, the largest owner and operator of Very Large Crude-oil Carriers (VLCCs) in the world and the largest owner and operator of chemical tankers in the Middle East, owns and operates an impressive fleet of 93 vessels, including 46 VLCCs, 36 chemical tankers, six multipurpose vessels, and five dry bulk carriers.
The company joined hands with Bolloré, one of the largest transport and logistics operators in the world, to form BahriBolloré Logistics, and with the global agribusiness and food company, Koninklijke Bunge B.V., to launch BahriBunge Dry Bulk Ltd. Bahri also opened new international offices in Houston and Mumbai and added Alexandria as the company’s third direct port call in Egypt after Suez and Port Said. In addition, the company signed a joint venture agreement with Saudi Aramco, Lamprell plc, and Hyundai Heavy Industries to build a world-class maritime yard in Ras Al-Khair Industrial City in KSA.
Bahri believes that success starts with customer satisfaction, and therefore, customers are at the heart of everything the company does.
D P World
DP World is a leading enabler of global trade and an integral part of the supply chain.
We operate multiple yet related businesses – from marine and inland terminals, maritime services, logistics and ancillary services to technology-driven trade solutions.
We have a portfolio of 70 terminals in 31 countries across six continents with a significant presence in both high-growth and mature markets. We aim to be essential to the bright future of global trade, ensuring everything we do has a long-lasting positive impact on economies and society.
Our dedicated team of over 36,000 employees cultivates long-standing relationships with governments, shipping lines, importers and exporters, communities, and many other important constituents of the global supply chain, to add value and provide quality services today and tomorrow.
Container handling is the company’s core business and generates more than three quarters of its revenue. In 2015, DP World handled 61.7 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) across its portfolio. With its committed pipeline of developments and expansions, capacity is expected to rise to more than 100 million TEU by 2020, in line with market demand.
By thinking ahead, foreseeing change and innovating we aim to create the most productive, efficient and safe trade solutions globally.
Founded in 2007, Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has brought about a radical change in the local maritime sector through an extensive range of industry initiatives and regulations which support its ambitious approach to creating a safe investment environment for industry leaders from all over the world, while reaffirming Dubai’s position as a first-class international maritime hub. Established to monitor, develop and promote maritime activities, DMCA provides a platform of excellence and quality as it develops world-class regulations and guidelines to raise the bar on the maritime industry and boost its infrastructure, operations and logistics services while offering investment opportunities to boost Dubai’s competitiveness at the regional and international levels.
DMCA aims to build effective and strategic partnerships with relevant government agencies, private businesses and stakeholders in line with its vision to create a safe and vibrant maritime sector and therefore drive economic sustainability and growth in the emirate. The Authority is keen on expanding its scope of work and laying down effective policies under the highest standards of maritime safety and best environmental practices, in adherence with the local and international laws to develop a safe maritime environment for maritime operations and businesses.
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Over the past 35 years Drydocks World-Dubai has become a leading provider of marine and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors. Conceived as an ambitious project under the guidance of H.H. Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum the late Ruler of Dubai, the yard is strategically located in a rapidly developing region of the world.
Drydocks World maintains high HSEQ and operational excellence standards, utilizing the yards world-class infrastructure to exceed the expectations of clients. The dedicated workforce and state-of-the- art-facilities at Drydocks World on average complete over 300 projects per year, with a record of handling 42 refurbishment projects simultaneously.
The yard is spread over 200 hectares, 4 dry docks, with the largest dock capable of handling the world’s largest ship, and over 3,700m of berth space. Innovative projects for key global players have been constructed in Drydocks World, breaking records for some of the largest new build offshore fabrication projects worldwide.
In recognition of our excellent services and world-first projects, Drydocks World has received numerous awards and accolades including consecutively winning the prestigious Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Business Award 2015 in the manufacturing category, which is the highest level of national recognition for business performance excellence in the UAE. In addition, Drydocks World has been honored with a prestigious “5 Star” rating from the British Safety Council for the past 14 years and the BSC “Sword of Honor” on 11 occasions. The yard has been recognized at the Offshore Jack-up’s Middle East 2017 Awards as the Rig Repair Yard of the Year, and as the Shipyard of the Year at the 2017 Maritime Standard Awards. Drydocks World has achieved significant recognition for the accomplishments of the organization, and looking forward the business aims to achieve further success for the UAE’s maritime industry, positioning Drydocks World as an international yard of choice.
Dubai Maritime City
Dubai Maritime City is a multi-purpose built maritime centre that will create an exclusive atmosphere for the international marine & maritime community, divided into two precinct: industrial and commercial.
- Industrial Precinct: As the sole specialized marine & maritime cluster in the region, DMC has managed to develop a well established industrial precinct that covers all marine & maritime industry needs under one umbrella; ship repair, ship owners, technical expertise and marine suppliers. It also provides entire infrastructure that includes offices, workshops, warehouses, showrooms, shops, yacht manufacturing and ship repair plots.
- Commercial Precinct: DMC offers mix use freehold plots that are intended to be developed to consist of retail, residential & office towers and promenade.
Our superb strategic location makes us attractive to marine & maritime industry which will reinforce our goal towards an integrated worldwide marine & maritime cluster
- Create a Platform to support marine & maritime repairs for wooden Dhows & Super Yachts
- Attract leading players in the industry to use this platform
- Support the industry with the right infrastructure
- Create real estate to support this industry
- Establishment of integrated management process for yard operations & property management
Dubai Trading Agency Group
Dubai Trading Agency Group (“the Group”) has its origins in Dubai Trading Agency LLC, which was established in 1973. Over the years, the business of Dubai Trading Agency LLC has expanded globally, and it has grown to include several subsidiaries and associate businesses. In order to more effectively manage this network of related businesses, senior management have created the Dubai Trading Agency Group as the quasi-holding company for all of the various interests.
DTA Group operates through a network of subsidiaries and associates registered in the UAE, the UK, Singapore, Monaco and other offshore locations. The Group is headed by Mr. Tahir Lakhani, the original founder of Dubai Trading Agency LLC, and, since 1985, it has been primarily in the business of buying and selling ships, with particular focus on the demolition market: buying ships targeted for recycling from ship owners and selling them to the Sub- Continent & China. In recent years, the Group has been one of the largest cash buyers in the global market. The Group has recently begun to broaden its activities and is now active in the areas of Shipping Operations, Ship Recycling, Ship Agency Services & Ship Management.
Muhammad Tahir Lakhani
Chairman and Managing Director
Muhammad Ali Lakhani
Deputy Managing Director
Essar Ports specializes in development and operations of Ports and Terminals for handling dry bulk, break bulk, liquid and general cargo. It is one of the largest private sector port companies in India by capacity and throughput. It has four 1 operational terminals in India across Hazira and Salaya (all in the state of Gujarat) on the west coast, and one each in Visakhapatnam and Paradip on the east coast. Overseas Port assets of Essar include one each in the UK and Canada. The port terminal in UK is integrated with the Essar Oil UK refinery in Stanlow, Manchester, while the Canadian Port is integrated with Algoma Steel Plant in Ontario. Current operational Port Terminal capacity in India is 95 MMTPA and the same is expected to reach 110 MMTPA.
The Hazira port terminal in Gujarat is an all-weather, deep-draft port terminal capable of handling dry bulk, liquid and break bulk cargo. The Paradip dry bulk terminal is an all-weather, deep-draft facility integrated Essar Steel Pellet Plant and handles dry bulk cargo. The Vizag terminal caters to the iron ore traffic and handles both domestic and export shipments. The Company’s newly commissioned dry bulk terminal at Salaya has increased its dry bulk cargo handling capacity by 20 MMTPA on the west coast of India.
The new capacity will be added through the expansion of the Hazira Port Terminal and other Projects in pipeline. Essar has also recently signed a concession for development of 20 MMTPA dry bulk (coal) terminal in Beira Port with Government of Mozambique.
Essar positively impacts the lives of all stakeholders including employees and the communities living close to its facilities. Community initiatives aim to enhance livelihoods through programs focused on entrepreneurship, education, empowering women, infrastructure, environment and health. It sees involving community leaders as key to success. Essar has transformed the neighboring areas of its operations by planting thousands of trees and laying water pipelines. Essar generates direct and indirect employment for thousands of people in the region it operates.
Essar Ports adheres to stringent Health, Safety & Environment standards wherever they
operate. Essar Ports drives continual improvement and its facilities are accredited with:
- International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) compliance
- Gold Award for Occupational Health & Safety from The Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), UK
- ISO 9001:2008 certification for Quality Management
- ISO 14001:2004 certification for Environment Management
- ISO 28000:2007 certification for Security Management
- Awarded 5 Star certification for Environment Management System; the first facility to get a double five star in its very first audit
- ISO/TS 29001:2007 certification for Quality Management - Petroleum Sector
- OHSAS 18001:2007 certification for Occupational Health
- Greentech Award for Safety Management, Environment Management
- CII Award for Excellence in Terminal Operations
- Golden Peacock Award for Environment Management
- CSR Award for Best Practices
Gulf Navigation Holding PJSC
(GNH) is a fully integrated and synergized organization with a multifunctional business. It is the only maritime and shipping company listed in the Dubai Financial Market since February 2007 under the symbol “GULFNAV”. The company is headquartered in Dubai, with own branch offices inside port of Fujairah, Khorfakkan, Abu Dhabi and overseas office in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in addition to other offices in more than 9 countries worldwide.
GNH owns and operates a fleet of Chemical and Oil Tankers, Offshore Vessels, Marine and Ship Repair Services. The company’s fleet is expected to double (20 ships) by Q2, 2020. As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company accredited by Bureau Veritas, GHN is committed to adhering to the requirements of the international management code for the safe operations of vessels, pollution prevention and environmental control including compliance with all the applicable international laws, regulations and requirements.
GNH constantly works to upgrade its operations and provide high-quality services to local and international markets. This opens new opportunities to improve GHN’s services to existing customers while attracting new customers.
“International Maritime Industries is a joint venture between Saudi Aramco, Lamprell, Bahri and Hyundai Heavy Industries. Four industry leaders have come together to build a world-class maritime facility offering quality, efficiency, and economies-of-scale. Each partner has brought hands-on experience as either a customer or operator to ensure IMI redefines the maritime industry with its integrated facility and contained localized supply chain ecosystem. IMI is located in The King Salman Complex for International Maritime Industries & Services at Ras Al-Khair, Saudi Arabia. It will be the largest, full service maritime facility in MENA. The scale of IMI ensures customers will have all their maritime needs met in one facility, on time, and to specification. It will host:
- The largest combined drydock area in MENA
- The largest ship lift in the world
- The largest combined lift capability over a drydock globally of 2,150 tons
- The region’s largest quayside of 9,000 meters
- The region’s largest total combined land area of 11.4million sqm
The annual capacity of the facility is 4 new build offshore rigs and over 43 new build vessels including VLCCs, in addition to servicing more than 260 maritime products. Major production operations are expected to commence in 2019 with the facility reaching its full production capacity by 2022.”
Islamic P&I Club
The idea of establishing Islamic P&I Club (IPIC) as a mutual and non-profit organization was proposed and approved by the Organization of the Islamic Shipowners’ Association, affiliated institution to the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation. The achievement was adopted by the 10 th OIC Summit held in Putrajaya, Malaysia in October 2003 and Summit following the RESOLUTION No.35/10-E(IS).
As per kind auspicious of the Government of Dubai, IPIC headquarters officially established is in Dubai without the need for sponsorship in 2004.
In order to have better access to the clients either potentials or current members, IPIC organized a second management office in Jakarta in 2009 while Istanbul and Cairo are in IPIC’s future plans, the Athens rep. Office is becoming the club’s pathway into European markets.
IPIC provide the most comprehensive and tailor-made covers to its members for protecting their third party legal liabilities and expenses out of the vessel’s operation up to the limit of liability USD 1 Billion as well as FD&D, Charterers’ Liability, Loss of Hire, War Risk, H&M and K&R through its associate companies. Risks are reinsured through a syndicate of prominent international reinsurance companies to secure the member’s needs in a proper manner.
While the Club have strong links to correspondents supported by a worldwide network of more than 485 independent firms and consultants as well as surveyors, is able to render immediate assistance to the members via its local expertise located in 120 countries and 425 ports, without any delay.
Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies (JAMS) is an educational institution specialized in Maritime Education and Training (MET). It was established in January 2004 with a view to provide local Arab and the international maritime markets with highly qualified navigating officers and marine engineers. JAMS is a quality focused maritime institution providing comprehensive services of (MET) while committed to customers, employees, owners and the maritime community in general.
JAMS is specialized in providing the following services:
- Maritime studies (officer in charge of a navigation watch (2 nd Mate), Chief Mate, Master (F.G.), officer in charge of an engineering watch (3 rd Engineer), 2nd Engineer, Chief Engineer, ETO).
- Maritime Training (basic safety courses, ECDIS, GOC, BTM, ERM, ….).
- Other courses (Accounting, Marketing, Quality, Management, Logistics, Inventory, Maintenance, ….) as related to the maritime studies.
- Consultations (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001).
- Market researches Studies.
JAMS is a maritime educational institution accredited by Jordan Maritime Commission (Ministry of Transport) which is responsible for Maritime Education and Training in Jordan. Besides, Jordan is on the IMO white list of countries, which fulfil the provisions of STCW 1978 as amended. EU has also acknowledged the Jordanian Certificates of Competency following the audit of educational and training systems adopted by the Academy.
JAMS Quality Management System (QMS) complies with ISO 9001:2015 requirements. It holds the certificate from Lloyd’s Resister/UK as the first Jordanian educational organization in Jordan that upgrades to the new standard, the scope of which comprises (MET) according to STCW 1978 as amended, in addition to managerial consultancy services.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company
60 years of achievements and leadership
Kuwait Oil Tankers Company (KOTC) was incorporated in 1957 by a group of pioneers who had a vision on the importance of oil as a main source of energy. In confirmation of the vision and insight of those pioneers, they decided to acquire an oil tanker. The first tanker” KAZIMAH” was acquired with an aggregate load of 49,000 tons. Over time, oil became of a great importance and the international demand for oil substantially increased. Hence, transporting oil in its crude, refined and liquefied gas forms became necessary. Accordingly, the fleet of KOTC has been upgraded.
Following the incorporation of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) in 1980, KOTC became responsible of the sector of transporting the crude oil, refined oil products and the Liquefied petroleum gas. In addition, KOTC also operates the Marine Agency Branch which is the sole agent for all the tankers calling at the Kuwaiti sea ports. KOTC also has an LPG Filling Branches in Shuaiba & Umm Al-Aish that fill liquefied gas cylinders and distributed them in all regions of Kuwait.
The Company's Fleet Vessels
KOTC owns a distinguished fleet of Ships that consists of 28 tankers, divided between 12 Very Large Crude Oil tankers, 12 different petroleum products tankers of various sizes, and 4 gigantic gas tankers. The total cargo of the fleet is 4,7 million metric tons, which is the equivalent of 339,387 million oil barrels, and the average age of the fleet is 7 years.
The company was keen to modernize its fleet through building tankers that comply with the latest international designs and that have the latest technical and technological features. In addition to that, the new company>s tankers are considered to be an example of the environmental friendly tankers, as they are equipped with systems to limit gas admissions from the oil cargo as a result of temperature variation and the change of weather while sailing from one port to another.
Marine Agency branch was established in 1959 and it is one of the subsidiaries of KOTC, which is in turn a subsidiary of KPC. It is also the only agency that provides services to all the tankers in the territorial waters and Kuwaiti ports.
The Marine Agency branch has obtained ISO14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2008 and these International Standards are renewed according to the required terms and specifications related to health, safety, and environmental issues.
The Marine Agency branch provides services for more than 1,400 tankers that visit Kuwaiti ports every year. The Marine Agency branch is divided into 3 main departments that include several sections which cooperate to provide services for all tankers that visit Kuwaiti ports, in addition to providing services for the company>s crew members.
LPG Filling Branches “Shuaiba & Um Al-Aish”
In 1960 the company was granted the right to market and distribute the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in local market as an alternative to other types of domestic fuels.
In January 1962, the First Gas Filling Plant was constructed and put into operation at Shuwaikh Industrial Area with production capacity of about one million cylinders (12 kg)per year. However, with the increase in the population, it became necessary to increase production capacity to meet local market consumption.
In 1985, all LPG Operations has been transferred to Shuaiba Industrial Area where New Plant was built to serve the whole market demand with idle production capacity of 6.5 million Cyl./year. With the continued increase in the local market demand, the company arranged with State
Authorities to allocate a land at the north side of the country in order to serve the urban expansion of residential areas at the north of Kuwait. The state authority granted the company a land in Umm Al-Aish Area. Consequently, the company has signed a contract with international contractor in late 2010, to design & build a new LPG Filling Plant.
In early 2015, the new plant in Umm Al-Aish area has entered into service with idle production capacity of 14.5 million Cyl./year. with such production capacities using the state-of-the-art- technologies of both plants, the market demand will satisfied till year 2030.
The company pays a lot of concern in providing assurance of quality and safety of this service to
consumers in state of Kuwait.
LUKOIL Marine Lubricants is a company specializing in the production and marketing of marine lubricants worldwide.
It was founded by LUKOIL, the leading Russian company in the exploration, production, refining and marketing of petroleum products. LUKOIL was established in 1991 and is now the world's largest privately owned oil and gas company by proven reserves of crude oil, operating “From the Wellhead to the Gas Station”. LUKOIL Lubricants is responsible for over 40 per cent of all lubricants produced in Russia and markets these products in at least 58 countries across the globe.
In 2007 LUKOIL decided to bring its expertise in lubricants technology to the maritime industry and founded LUKOIL Marine Lubricants as a stand-alone global sales and marketing business offering customers outstanding operational and technical service based on an in-depth knowledge of marine lubricants. Customers can count on excellent support developedby people who know the business, from order manager to CEO.
LUKOIL Marine Lubricants offers a state-of-the-art marine grade range comprising main and minor grades of proven quality, exceeding OEM specifications. LUKOIL’s engine oils (main grades) provide excellent deposit and wear control and meet the demands of latest and highly rated engine designs. The minor grade range is produced in cooperation with FUCHS Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH, which ensures that high quality products for ancillary machinery are globally available at all times.
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Oman Drydock Company
Established in September 2006 as a wholly owned entity of the Government of Sultanate of Oman (GOSO), Oman Drydock Company SAOC (ODC) truly embodies the spirit of a nation that stands tall amongst the strong economies in the region.
ODC has been established under the master plan of Duqm area that is being propelled by the GOSO with the aim of diversification of industry structure and regionally balanced growth in Oman. The company’s business involves Ship Repair & Conversion, characteristics of which will reflect a combination of intensive human involvement and sophisticated technology. Operating one of the largest graving docks in the region, ODC with its geographical advantage, has started attracting the attention of major shipping and ship management companies worldwide.
A 10-year management contract in place between ODC and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd (DSME) in South Korea, a leading shipbuilder in the world, will ensure complete organization for talent, experience and technology to the benefit of Oman in the diversification of its economy.
ODC is looking into a promising future for its stakeholders with estimated revenues of about USD 225 million and a 4,000 workforce by the year 2020.
Oman as a nation has been in transformation to a modern state over the last four decades under the able leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, and Oman Drydock is but a monument of the success of the vision of His Majesty and testimony to turning that vision into reality.
Oman Shipping Company
Oman Shipping Company S.A.O.C. (OSC) is a closed joint stock national shipping company that was established in 2003 as the logistics pillar in the supply chain initially linking energy export hubs in the Sultanate with markets across the globe. Over the years, OSC has evolved into a well-diversified ocean-going shipping fleet equipped to handle a wide range of commodities, notably crude oil, LNG, LPG, refined petroleum fuels, chemicals, minerals and even containers.
Today, OSC operates a fleet of around 49 ships of a total tonnage aggregating 8 million DWT approximately. Complementing its offerings as an integrated maritime shipping services provider are its subsidiaries, namely Oman Ship Management Company (OSMC), Oman Charter Company (OCC), and Oman Container Line (OCL). OSMC, which is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001 certified for internationally recognized best practices in ship management standards, currently manages 42 ships, encompassing full technical management of owned and third-party vessels.
In March 2013, Abu Dhabi Ports took over the management of Marine Services and their operations in Zayed Port and established ‘Abu Dhabi Marine Services’ – a new and independent, 100% wholly-owned subsidiary.
With rapid growth and remarkable achievements, Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ expanded the area of operations to additional ports such as Khalifa Port, Musaffa Port and the ports of the Western Region. At the end of the year 2015, Abu Dhabi Marine Services has recorded over 7,000 Piloted Jobs, 17,000 man-hours and over 50,000 vessel moves, safely conducted within the year.
Boasting a team of experienced pilots who provide a 24 hour service seven days a week across the Emirate’s ports and beyond, Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ offers high quality, cost effective services such as vessel traffic services, pilotage, harbour towage, mooring, bunkering, as well as waste disposal.
Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ maintains all of the aid-to-navigation buoys and beacons along the coastline and waterways, ensuring the safe and efficient movement of vessels around the Emirate.
In addition, Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ operates a modern fleet, uses the latest port equipment and conducts ongoing training programmes to deliver both traditional marine services and a wide range of add-on services.
As part of Emiratisation Programme under the new management, Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ successfully established the first ever, all-Emirati Marine Services Team in 2014.
Abu Dhabi Marine Services ‘Safeen’ is approved by Federal Transport Authority (FTA) to provide IALA world-wide Aid-to-Navigation (AtoN) level -2 Services and comply with the national and international requirements as per guidelines of DoT, FTA, IMO & GCC Codes.
Sharjah Ports Authority
Sharjah Ports Authority manages the three commercial ports of Sharjah the only Emirate that has ports in both coasts of UAE.
Port Khalid located in the heart of Sharjah city is a multipurpose port of 21 berths handling container, break bulk, ro-ro, project and bulk products.
Hamriyah Port is located 15km north of Port Khalid on the Arabian Gulf adjoining the Hamriyah Free Zone which is one of the fastest growing economic zones in UAE and home to over 5000 companies. The port is also a multipurpose port and key gateway for Hamriyah Free Zone investors and industry located in the northern Emirates. The facility which has a quay of 1100 meters with a depth of 14 meters, an LPG and a petroleum product terminal.
Khorfakkan Port strategically located on the Gulf of Oman coast outside the sensitive Strait of Hormuz is a jewel in the crown of Sharjah. It is a major container port of UAE handling in excess of 3 million TEUs and is a port of call to the largest container ships presently plying the seas.
Knowledgeable and well trained customer oriented staff ensure true customer satisfaction.
Make Sharjah Ports your port of call.
International Registries, Inc. and its affiliates (IRI) provide administrative and technical support to the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Maritime and Corporate Registries. The RMI Registry is the second largest registry in the world, surpassing 158 million gross tons with 4,341 vessels at the end of February 2018.
IRI has a network of 28 worldwide offices located in major shipping and financial centers throughout the world that have the ability to register a vessel or yacht, including those under construction, record a mortgage or financing charter, incorporate a company, issue seafarer documentation, and service clientele.
The RMI fleet has received the highest ratings in port State control (PSC) international rankings and is the only major open registry to be included on the White Lists of both the Paris and Tokyo Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) and has also met the flag criteria for a low risk ship under the Paris and Tokyo MoU’s New Inspection Regimes. At the same time, the RMI has maintained Qualship 21 status with the United States (US) Coast Guard (USCG) for 13 consecutive years. The RMI is the only one of the top three flag States that holds Qualship 21 status, an acknowledgment that is paramount for the RMI owners and operators.
The most important asset to the RMI Registry is its customers and IRI strives to provide them with full service from any office, 24 hours a day. By continuing to strengthen its team worldwide, IRI ensures a high level of customer service and continuous improvement of registry related services for the increasing number of RMI flagged vessels.
Gulfstar SA is a boutique ship-brokerage company with offices in Dubai, London, New York and Singapore, having a global network arising from its team with over a century of collective experience within the maritime sector the Gulfstar SA Broking Team offers its tailored services in the field of Sale & Purchase (2 nd hand-N/B Demolition) | Chartering | Projects | Ship-financing | Valuations to its diverse exclusive global client base.
Gulfstar SA co-operates extensively with local and overseas shipbrokers within Dry Bulk, Tanker, Container, Gas, Offshore, Ro-Ro and Ferry segments.
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