United Arab Shipping Company is a member of INTTRA. INTTRA is United Arab Shipping Company’s preferred 3rd party provider of e-commerce solutions to ocean carriers and their customers. INTTRA professionals work with customers to streamline and standardize their shipping processes, applying their e-commerce knowledge of the shipping industry for customers in markets worldwide. INTTRA's e-commerce platform offers a comprehensive range of e-commerce tools, including: Tender, Sailing Schedules, Booking, Shipping Instructions, Bill of Lading, Track & Trace, and Reports.
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United Arab Shipping Company is a member of The World Shipping Council (WSC). WSC's goal is to provide a coordinated voice for the liner shipping industry in its work with policymakers and other industry groups with an interest in international transportation. The WSC and its member companies partner with governments and other stakeholders to collaborate on actionable solutions for some of the world's most challenging transportation problems. In particular, the WSC plays an active role in the development of programs that improve maritime security without impeding the free flow of commerce. Additionally, the World Shipping Council and its member companies are working to promote sound environmental stewardship through new international standards f or ships and achievement of reduced air emissions, including carbon dioxide. Other areas of interest include establishment of a new international convention on cargo liability; enhanced customs information; and, international technology standards for containers. In recognition that a modern and efficient transportation infrastructure is critical to economic growth, the WSC also routinely works with a broad range of stakeholders from the public and private sectors to advance policies and programs that will ensure adequate and efficient global transportation infrastructure capacity
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UASC SERVICES (USL)
UASC Services (“USL”) was established during 2007 and has its commercial Headquarters in Dubai, UAE. Being part of the UASC Group, USL’s main focus is to support the non-shipping related activities of the Group and those of other partners in the Middle East/North Africa/Indian Sub-continent region. USL offers a variety of services throughout the Middle East, such as Container Management Services, Technical Management Services, Cargo Handling Services (CHS) and Ports Terminals Services.
For further information please visit the website at: www.uascservices.com
UNITED ARAB CHEMICAL CARRIERS LIMITED
United Arab Chemical Carriers Ltd. (UACC) was established in August 2007 in the United Arab Emirates, under the aegis of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). UACC is a joint venture between Arabian Chemical Carriers (ACC), a Saudi Arabian company that operated in the chemical shipping market for over two decades, and United Arab Shipping Company. UACC operates in the Middle East and Gulf market which is the largest and fastest growing petrochemicals market in the world. The company’s strategic location and solid infrastructure provide an ideal platform for networking in the international petrochemical transportation sector. UACC’s diversified lines of activity are to own, charter and operate all types of sea-born chemicals and products tankers. The company’s scope of operation also covers providing training services to crew and technical personnel, in addition to availing warehousing and storage facilities for chemical and refined petroleum products. UACC promotes activities related to improvements in ships design, and advocates environmental health and safety activities. UACC is currently operating a fleet of 9 very modern Medium Range and Panamax LR1 tankers. As part of its continued growth and commitment to its clients, UACC has ordered a further 10 new chemical tankers for the carriage of liquid chemical products to be delivered by 2012. The company’s chemical tankers will be built with special coating technology that will enable the vessels to trade in both chemical and product markets with a very high degree of cargo flexibility. While the product tankers are expected to carry refined petroleum products such as gasoline, jet fuel, kerosene, naphtha gas oil, the chemical tankers are expected to transport cargo such as benzene, methanol, styrene, caustic soda and monoethylene glycol.
For further information please visit the website at: www.uacc.ae