Booming good year!

It’s been a breakthrough year for logistics in the Middle East, with a number of important developments helping the region establish itself as a leading global distribution hub.

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By  Robeel Haq Published  November 26, 2006

|~|log_dec2.jpg|~||~|It’s been a breakthrough year for logistics in the Middle East, with a number of important developments helping the region establish itself as a leading global distribution hub. Although the logistics industry has experienced a massive boom in 2006, business is expected to peak even further next year. Indeed, the foundation for future activity is already being laid, with forthcoming projects such as Dubai Logistics City, Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Mousaed Economic City, Fujairah Logistics Park and countless others making steady progress, not to mention the continued growth of Jebel Ali Free Zone. Of course, the industry also experienced some turbulence this year. A skills shortage threatened future growth, the political upheaval jeopardised international investment and the lack of liability insurance sparked a debate about business ethics. The ability to overcome such hurdles is a testament to the industry’s knack of triumphing in the face of adversity. It’s also been a fantastic year for Logistics Middle East. The magazine has experienced growth in size, circulation and profitability. We’ve published a series of groundbreaking news stories, featured in-depth case studies and analysed important topics, which affect the entire industry. The feedback from readers has been overwhelming and the magazine will undoubtedly move from strength to strength next year. As we bid farewell to 2006, the December issue of Logistics Middle East looks back at the highs and lows of the year. Over 56 pages, we have some of the biggest industry players analysing their activities over the past 12 months and showcasing the reason why the regional logistics industry has created so much buzz around the world. Grab your copy now! ||**||

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