IAM Annual meeting and expo held in Orlando

The 59th Annual Meeting and Expo of the IAM were held in Orlando, Florida, USA, from October 13th to 16th. The International Association of Movers holds their Annual Meeting & Expo, representing more than 2,000 companies in over 170 countries. They offer moving, forwarding, shipping, logistics, and related services as partners and innovators. The IAM Annual Meeting is the largest global trade association serving the moving and forwarding industry. The meeting offers programs, resources, membership protections, and unparalleled networking opportunities designed to help members enhance their businesses. Due to the…

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FIFA World Cup 2022 is just around the corner for Qatar

The first World Cup to be held in the Middle East is set to the opener with Qatar on November 21st, 2022. Al Bayt Stadium, which holds 60,000 spectators, is the venue for kickoff. Qatar has been preparing for the international event with new stadiums and facilities as the days draw closer. The 2022 World Cup is expected to attract millions of tourists to the country. This year’s World Cup will be held in Doha, with eight venues close to the city, and will be played in 28 days rather…

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Dubai Expo 2020 kicked off with an extravagant ceremony

An impressive ceremony opened Dubai World Expo 2020 on October 1st, following a year of anticipation. As the ceremony united stars from all walks of life from around the globe, it was eye candy for the whole crowd of 30000 people at Al Wasl Plaza and for all who experienced it virtually. Visitors to the Expo must produce a negative PCR test result if they have not been fully vaccinated against Covid 19 with vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). Expo 2021 Dubai’s theme is Connecting Minds, Creating…

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Lack of HGV drivers cause haulage issues in UK

The haulage process is experiencing a crisis right after Brexit and amidst pandemic in the United Kingdom. Starting in 2020, the entire European continent was facing a shortage of HGV drivers. However, the UK was the hardest hit.  A shortage of haulage workers was also a result of the pandemic, but Brexit complicated matters further. BBC reports an overall shortage of 75,000 drivers, putting a huge strain on the industry around the globe. Since the change in immigration laws after Brexit meant that most EU citizens driving HGVs in the…

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Dubai Expo 2020 ready to kick start

Since the pandemic brought the world to a halt, countries are trying to recover to their natural state. Expo 2020, which was expected to start in mid-2020, is ready to take place in Dubai. Expos take place every five years, with pavilions featuring the latest in architecture and technology. During the course of the six-month international fair, organizers predicted 25 million visitors before the pandemic forced the event to be postponed. It will now run from October 1 to March 31, 2022. In order to begin that process, Dubai has…

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UAE mid-day work break ends on September 15

As announced by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE), the midday break rule – which prohibits any outdoor labour work between 12:30pm and 3:00pm – will end on September 15. Initiated 15 years ago and taking effect on June 15 this year, the mandatory annual work break is intended to ensure the safety and well-being of workers working in direct sunlight and to guard against heat exhaustion, heatstroke, and COVID-19 for three months. The ban does not apply to companies that must continue outdoor works for technical reasons.…

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Dubai resumes Tourist visas

Even as all the chaos from Covid 19 has begun to settle down, Dubai is ready to receive everyone in the emirate. On August 30, Dubai resume issuing tourist visas in preparation for Expo 2022. Those who are fully vaccinated with World Health Organization-approved vaccines will now be able to apply for a visa for Dubai. It applies to citizens of all countries, including travellers from previously banned nations. A valid negative Covid 19 RT-PCR test certificate with QR code issued at least 48 hours prior to departure is mandatory…

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Top 10 Residential communities in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is a world-class destination for tourists and residents alike. It is a place where land meets the sea, and the culture of the Emiratis coexists there. While the emirate is becoming the best place to live, the choices of communities are overwhelming and bemusing. We have found the details of some of the best known and most popular communities in the emirate. Here are the top 10 residential communities in Abu Dhabi. Al Khalidiyah A cultural hub in the heart of Abu Dhabi, Al Khalidiyah is close to…

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Travelers to Qatar need pre-registration

As the Covid 19 pandemic is still alive, the travel regulations have been amended by every nation. Recently, Qatar has enforced a rule of pre-registration before arrival in the country via land, air or water. The travel return policy came into effect on 12th of July 2020 as indispensable registration for all travelers and is updated on 13th of July 2020 as optional registration. The Ministry of Public Health declared that pre-registration is optional for citizens and residents while registration and acquiring prior approval is mandatory for visitors. The registration…

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Mid day break in effective till September 15, 2021

Our employees make our organization desirable. We respect them. They administer our organization and are the ablest asset for us. The heat waves are hitting all over the world and it is also taking a toll on us too. There are relentless chances of fatalities. As we put forth our employee’s safety as the most important factor, abiding the Government rules, Delight International Movers have implemented the heat break effective till September 15, 2021. Every employee will not work from 12.30pm to 3.00 pm. Any job done during that period…

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