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17th Oct, 2013


Emirates Shipping Line stated today that in light of recent market developments it is announcing a General Rate Increase on its Middle East trade lane in line with market conditions.

The quantum and date of implementation are as below:

Scope: all westbound shipments to Middle East region from Far East and South East Asia

Quantum: USD500/20' and USD1000/40' containers

Validity: from 1st November 2013 till further notice

Emirates Shipping Line DMCEST, is registered in Dubai Maritime City of UAE and commercially headquartered in Dubai and Hong Kong, two of the busiest commercial hubs in the world.

To learn more please visit our website www.emiratesline.com


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25th April, 2007

Emirates Shipping Line today announced that it has acquired membership in three key conferences within the industry -

  • IADA (Intra Asia Discussion Agreement). The scope of this conference is the Intra-Asia region (excluding Middle East and Indian Subcontinent and Africa).
  • ISDA (Indian Subcontinent Discussion Agreement). This agreement covers the Indian-subcontinent to Asia.
  • MIDA (Middle East-India Discussion Agreement). The scope of this conference is USA to Middle East and the Indian-Subcontinent.

The Line's participation in these conferences is part of its core strategy to provide its customer bases credible services and strengthen its standard of customer services. This will also broaden its platform in fostering more interactive communication and co-operation for shipping trades across respective regional markets for the long term.

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