The Middle East - A key hub for global transport

Kemp, Andrew
May 2013
MiddleEast Insurance Review;May2013, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of the Middle East in terms of terms of global transport. It mentions that Andrew Kemp of TT Club, a freight transport insurer, considers business development opportunities for brokers in the region and its increasing important role as a global freight transport center. It describes the growth in cargo in transit with the use of the geographically halfway house of transport centres in the region.


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