Abu Dhabi Ports – rated as one of the top seaports worldwide in handling containers -is a pivotal element in the development and commerce in the emirate. In fact, it promotes economic growth and increased investment through the rise in container traffic and becoming one of the world’s fastest growing seaports in scale of its operations positioning itself very prominently on the global economic and trade map.
In an effort to improve even more, it recently launched its new cargo e-services to better optimize its logistics services for maritime and trade operations in the region, reports arabianindustry.com. This is part of a plan to boost the capital’s trade and maritime industry to become the most popular provider of integrated ports and industrial zone services and stimulate trade and investment activities, in line with the Abu Dhabi 2030 vision.
Abu Dhabi Port expansion projects are bringing the development of terminal and logistics businesses with new container terminals showcasing the emirate’s importance as a global trading, shipping and logistics hub in the region, says His Excellency Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Ports. “MSC [one of the world’s leading container shipping lines] is delighted to be part of the UAE’s maritime sector growth […] making Khalifa Port the first port in the region capable of receiving the largest shipping vessels in the world that specialize in bulk cargo shipment,” he added.
Abu Dhabi Ports participated to the 4th Global Trade Development Week where light was shed on the new era of digitalized trade noting the importance of Port Community Systems in facilitating service jobs to include “vessel management services, ease of registration and payment, container, general cargo, RoRo [Roll-on-Roll-off] and cruise ship services,” as told Maqta GatewayÂ® LLC.
In enhancing processing times and communication procedures, Abu Dhabi ports’ Maqta Gateway – a trade digitalization platform showcased at GITEX Technology Week 2017 – ensures smooth transport and logistics operations whereby able to improve overall efficiency of services to various business units such as shipping agents, traders, freight forwarders, custom brokers and others via the online community-based system, reported Mrinmoyee Hazarika – ship-technology.com. The ambitious project is in line to enhance the efficiency of international trade services of goods in a safe and secure way but also in real time using the latest technologies designed to increase transparency; in fact, a ‘Track & Trace’ service provides customers all information about their transactions.
The initiative to foster maritime innovation to be more productive and more connected has opened new frontiers; this is Abu Dhabi Ports’ success that has now gained a prominent position in the logistics and trade sectors on a local, regional, and international scale. Those in search of a job or who want a career in the maritime sector can find vacancies, as Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) that regulates and manages ports and industrial zones in the capital is looking for resources with a range of skills, abilities & experience who will help them achieve their objectives. Visit http://www.adports.ae/en/careers/ for details.