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As global supply chains face continued pressure on container vessel availability, the newly modified MCVs will support customer Unifeeder to alleviate supply chain constraints. (Image source: P&O Maritime Logistics)

P&O Maritime Logistics is all set to enter the container carrying market, helping to relieve stretched supply chains after recently completed the first-ever container fitting modification to the deck of a multi-carrying vessel (MCV)

UAEs National Food Security Strategy 2051, focuses on facilitating the global food trade. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Abu Dhabi Ports Group, which is backed by the sovereign wealth fund ADQ, has partnered with the UAE-based conglomerate Ghassan Aboud Group to set up food logistics centre in KIZAD, its economic zones subsidiary

Vladimir Nesterov, general manager for RouteQ in Middle East. (Image source: RouteQ)

RouteQ, a subsidiary of Yandex and a provider of cloud-based delivery management software solutions, has announced an expansion of its operation to the Middle East

The ready-made warehouses project represents a new addition to the group of projects incubated by the SRTI Park. (Image source: SRTI Park)

The Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) has announced new warehouse projects through its partnership with the private sector represented by Al Midfa Investments Group to establish and develop 15 warehouses with special technical specifications and different sizes at the SRTI Park

All products or items with a dual frequency RFID label can enable entire supply chains to participate in track & trace programmes, from part manufacturing, assembly, logistics and distribution to installers, maintenance and end-users. (Image source: Brady Corporation)

Brady Corporation has unveiled a new, highly reliable dual frequency RFID label that combines the advantages of UHF and NFC RFID technology, hence with a single label, companies can improve product and item supply chain management, authentication and end-user engagement

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