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Fujairah Announces Completion of First 'Green' Shipping Port in Mideast

Fujairah has announced the completion of its new refuelling and shipping port, which has been built at a total cost of AED 350 million ($95.2 million).


It is the first specialist service port in the Middle East to fully adopt environment-friendly standards, which will ensure Fujairah’s regional and international leadership in offering distinguished maritime services to all types of ships and oil tankers.


The new facility aims to provide comprehensive services at the highest international standards to all ships along Fujairah’s coast, said HH Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah, during an inspection tour of the port.


He highlighted the importance of strengthening the position of Fujairah in the country’s maritime sector, through the launch of a new port that offers many global maritime logistical services to over 14,000 ships in the emirate’s regional waters.


During his tour of the port, Sheikh Hamad was briefed by engineers and technicians about its mechanisms of operation.


He then directed the project's officials to adopt the best technologies to provide fast and distinguished services to all types of ships.


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