UASC


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UASC

Abbreviation for:
unaccompanied asylum-seeking children
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The change in representation in Switzerland is part of UASC's growth plan and customer-focused strategy, and it highlights the importance of the Swiss market for UASC.
Jorn Hinge, UASC President & Chief Executive Officer, also remarked, "In an environment where fuel oil remains the largest cost driver in the industry, our cutting-edge vessel designs have been developed with a clear focus on improving cost efficiency and enhancing environmental friendliness.
UASC has ordered the ultra large container ships from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.
Basil Al Zaid, chief financial and technical officer of UASC, added: "Our established strategic relationships with SGCIB and KSURE through this transaction further cemented the close co-operation between SGCIB and UASC.
Madsen explains: "What differentiates UASC as a carrier in the reefer market is our focus on our customers' cargo, flexibility and the reliability of our services.
UASC is jointly owned by six Gulf countries, namely Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Iraq.
Basil Al Zaid, chief financial and technical officer of UASC, added, "Both BNPP and AUB strongly supported UASC in successfully completing multiple major transactions.
UASC did and after 5-1/2 years, it has that credibility.
Abdulla Mady Al-Mady, President and Chief Executive Officer of UASC said, "Believing that INTTRA offers the premier portal for containerized ocean transportation, we joined its network a few months ago to provide our customers with a view of both regional and global shipments from one portal.
With the merger of Hapag-Lloyd and the liner shipping company UASC the Supervisory Board was expanded from 12 to 16 members.
Meanwhile, five more ships UASC Bubiyan, MSC Victoria, Da De, Orient Rice and Navig B Stellar with containers, general cargo, coal and phosphoric acid also arrived at outer anchorage of Port Qasim during last 24 hours.
Summary: United Arab Shipping Company, or UASC, aims to improve its competitiveness in the key trade lane between Asia and Europe by deploying the 18,000 TEU vessels during next two to three years, its top official said.