Boeing 777 jet (Emirate’s EK521) which was making a flight from Trivandrum International Airport (India) to Dubai Airport (UAE) has encountered a clash right before landing at the Dubai Airport. The Emirates flight is witnessed to have caught fire while in air – with witnesses at the airport saying that smoke was seen around the plane even before landing. It is known that the flight captain gave an emergency signal just about when EK521 was supposed to be getting ready for landing.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, The Future of Facility Management (http://www.frost.com/sublib/display-report.do?id=MBEB-01-00-00-00&src=PR), finds that the market will touch $945.11 billion by 2025 with integrated FM (IFM) as the fastest growing segment. The study examines 8 trends transforming the FM market and envisions the industry in ten years’ time. The research offers growth projections, a vision of future competition, technology impact, emerging business models, and details the key Mega Trends shaping the market.
The United Arab Emirates have continuously showed commitment towards global goals even before the launch of the recent Sustainable Development Goals. From green technology and innovation, the Emirates are soaring on top of their game. These development which can be rightfully tagged and sustainable, and at some point regarded as responsible production and consumption is very much contributing to the economic development of the emirates.
Occupational health and safety is an administration set up in larger companies to prevent employees from being injured or contracting diseases in the course of their employment. This often becomes a necessity when the job at hand has a level of risk during work and thus, risk assessment can demonstrate a possible threshold limit value considering the pollutants or risks associated with the work. Construction companies, manufacturing industries, food processing industries, and other sectors where workers are exposed to toxins, injury, and possibly, death.
With several smart phone brands reigning on the market, it is the desire of most youth to acquire the best and classy mobile phone. Most often the qualities consumers look for are the version of the operating system, camera quality, lasting battery, internal memory capacity, and size/weight of the phone.
Economic development targeted at one sector of a country’s economy is a risky play; so as investments into the weak sector of an existing economy. For all developed and super economic countries, there is a multi-focused sector that generates revenue; and for all top billionaires, there is a variety of investments in different sectors. The United Arab Emirates is known to be an oil-fuelled economy, however, there are other sectors that are boosting the economic performance of UAE – Travel, Hospitality, and Tourism. UAE keeps pushing for new developments that strengthen their tourism sector to positively impact the emirates Gross Domestic Production. Investors must target these sectors of the UAE.
UAE MARKET REPORT H1 2016
Life in the capital of United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, is changing by the day. Taking a leaf out of neighbouring Dubai’s book, the emirate is on course to transforming itself to become one of the leading tourism and commercial hubs in the Middle East and North African region. For years, Abu Dhabi has been the industrial hub of the nation, housing industries ranging from oil refineries to cement manufacturing. Its port is already among the leading freight and cargo-handling facilities in the world and provides livelihood to thousands of expat and national workers.
Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park, has announced the completion of construction work on a 10,000 square meters student accommodation complex built at a total investment value of AED56 million.
The scenario is a familiar one, not just for companies in the United Arab Emirates, but for businesses throughout the Middle East and across Asia and Europe as well. Your products are selling well, and you see strong growth in the e-commerce market. You are getting to the point in size and scale where you think it might be time to expand overseas. The only problem is that breaking into foreign markets—particularly the lucrative United States market—brings significant logistical expenses.
Dubai International (DXB) makes an indelible impression even when viewed from outer space with the addition of Concourse D. Concourse D, which is the last major facility that DXB has space for, has boosted the airport’s annual capacity to 90 million passengers. But the lack of space is not stopping the airport from growing. Dubai Airports has announced plans to increase DXB’s capacity to 118 million passengers per year by 2023 without building any additional infrastructure. The airport operator recently unveiled a new programme, dubbed DXB Plus, as part of its revised masterplan. DXB Plus will boost throughput and enhance service through the design and implementation of customer-centric processes and the application of smart technology. More information is available at www.damasterplan.ae
The real estate market of UAE sailed stably in May 2016 and despite some fluctuations, it managed to post positive figures overall. Apartment rents in the two main emirates, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, exhibited marginal growths in the outgoing month, thought the increase was more pronounced in Dubai.
In recent years, TRA policies have relaxed only slightly to allow businesses and consumers to receive VoOP in the UAE. The TRA is the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of the United Arab Emirates, and was established in 2003 to regulate the sector and ensure competitiveness and that service providers met all obligations. With eight departments and roughly 200 employees, it’s a powerful arm of the government. With the UAE’s growing knowledge-based economy and the ever-increasing sophistication of telecomms, this organization has a key role in getting VoIP capabilities into the UAE.