Gama Aviation Partners with CAE to Expand Training Offer

Gama Aviation has signed a partnership agreement with CAE, the world’s second largest business aviation training organisation. The agreement will address the new interpretation of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-FCL requirements regarding base training

Weekly Container Service Starts at Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral marked a milestone Sunday in its quest to boost its cargo business, with the arrival of the first ship of what will be a weekly cargo container service at Brevard County's seaport. The “Blue Stream” service will use a rotation of five ships on a cargo route that connects Port Canaveral with Central America and Europe

Strong Governance to Boost Resilience of MENA Economies

Improving the governance of businesses, particularly family-owned firms that comprise the majority of non-oil economy in the Middle East, is a top concern for the Region. This is according to the ‘Corporate Governance for Competitiveness in the Middle East and Africa’ report, just released by Crescent

Khorfakkan Container Terminal Exceeds 4,000 Moves in 12-hour Shift

Gulftainer, a privately owned, independent terminal operating and logistics company, has achieved yet another milestone, as its Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT) completed 4,073 container moves in a single 12-hour shift. The full operation consisted of an

The Abraaj Group Partially Exits its Stake in Unimed

The Abraaj Group ('Abraaj ' or the 'Group'), a leading investor operating in global growth markets, today announced the successful exit through one of its Funds of a partial stake in leading Tunisian pharmaceutical company Unité de fabrication de médicaments ('Unimed' or the 'Company')