ADPC, YRSPC Agree on Future Collaboration (Yemen)

Senior members of ADPC Marine Services recently visited Yemen Red Sea Ports Corporation (YRSPC).

The reason behind the visit was a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that both parties signed. The MoU, which is valid for one year, paves the way for future collaborations between ADPC and the YRSPC, and includes the evaluation of sea ports in the Yemeni Republic as well as the provision of a wide range of marine services.

During their visit, Hamad Al Maghrabi, General Manager, ADPC Marine Services, and the other senior members of staff were given a tour through the facilities at Al Hudaydah Port. Both parties also came together for a meal and exchanged valuable information about current dynamics in the maritime industry, particularly in Yemen and the UAE.

ADPC, April 1, 2014



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