Billed as the fifth mode of transportation, the UAE is seriously considering the implementation of Hyperloop, but is the time right for such an investment?
A recent spate of foreign direct investment in the region begs the question of whether we are witnessing market recovery or a harbinger of rising competition
Drones hold considerable potential as a tool for monitoring the progress on construction site, with signficant implications for dispute resolution — but hurdles to drone use remain
In an industry as broad and deep as plant, machinery and vehicles, there is no objective A to Z of success, but there are other measures of impactful business
Bursting onto the Middle East trucks scene in the GCC with its first dedicated sales team in 2014, Ford Trucks still has much to prove to the region’s fleet operators, and much more to achieve.
The mission of Meritor, the original equipment part supplier for heavy-duty trucks, to raise commercial vehicle aftersales awareness in the Gulf
As the region looks to set ambitious green targets and clamp down on air pollution, public buses are front and centre in the battle over clean energy
The lack of consistent regulation in the truck body and trailer segment in the Gulf has allowed unscrupulous practices for too long: the negative impacts on road safety and infrastructure should really be acknowledged
One strategy to success that is played intentionally and unintentionally again and again is simply having the patience to bide your time and wait for a break
Amid the constant bids by manufacturers to outdo each other in terms of height, speed and overall productivity, some OEMs are increasingly turning to the issues of service and safety and opening up new fronts of competition