Khalifa Port, Abu Dhabi, UAE

The 417 sq km development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years
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Ship-to-shore gantry cranes stand on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Ship-to-shore gantry cranes stand on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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A Terex straddle carrier, right, moves a shipping container past automatic stacking cranes at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Employees walk past giant cranes in the loading and receiving area of Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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A Terex straddle carrier, right, moves a shipping container past automatic stacking cranes at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Automatic stacking cranes stand at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Ship-to-shore gantry cranes stand on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Ship-to-shore gantry cranes stand on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Ship-to-shore gantry cranes stand on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)
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Terex straddle carriers transport shipping containers on the quayside at Khalifa Port, operated by Abu Dhabi Ports Co. (ADPC), on Thursday, April 26, 2012. The 417 square-kilometer (161 square mile) development, designed to become a hub for manufacturing, logistics and trade, will account for 15 percent of the emirate's non-oil economy within 20 years. (Bloomberg)