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Leading shipping technology and training systems providers from Russia have said that Dubai is gradually emerging as the crew training hub for global shipping lines from the Middle East and North Africa region as it would provide a cost-effective option compared to the Far East and Europe. It is expected that once Dubai Maritime City is completely operational, this trend will continue to pick up further, adding value to Dubai's proposition to the global shipping industry.

The Transas Group is one of the companies with base in Russia taking part at the Ship & Port Arabia 2005. The Group is keen to tap the growing demand for shipping technology systems in the region's market. They expect that many ship owners, who earlier used to prefer sending their crew for training to the Far East and Europe, are realising that it is not a cost-effective way of upgrading skills since Dubai is making such facilities available right at the doorstep of their operations. Commenting on the Russian participation at the Ship & Port Arabia 2005, Satish Khanna, General Manager of Al Fajer Information & Services said, "There is tremendous untapped potential for trade between Russian and the UAE and the region in general and the participation of the Russian companies at the exhibition comes in this context. We are confident that the expo will offer a robust platform to increase trade and economic engagement further, particularly in the shipping industry."

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