To enhance export at Emirate’s level
Ajman: DED-Ajman signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) remotely with Port, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) and DP World in order to benefit from the “World Logistic Passport” Project features and enhance export at emirate’s level by providing exporters with project privileges, and enabling them to penetrate world markets, and benefit from the best services in terms of transportation means and smart logistic services.
On this occasion, Ali Eissa Al Nuaimi, Director General of DED said: ”We are pleased to sign the MoU with PCFC and DP World to give the exporters in emirate of Ajman the opportunity to expand their business through privileges provided by the World Logistic Passport Project, and facilitate the export process, which will make trade faster and easier especially in light of the use of technological solutions and logistic capabilities and measures, and enhances the UAE economy development in general and the Emirate in particular”.
Ali Eissa Al Nuaimi stressed the DED’s endeavor to provide a competitive environment for export and investment in the Emirate, and make available all available means to provide facilities and services necessary for investors to raise the emirate’s competitiveness and put it on the regional and international investment map.
Sultan Ahmed bin Saleem, Chairman and CEO of DP World and Chairman of PCFC said: “we are pleased to sign the MoU with DED-Ajman to enhance its capabilities and support its role in introducing and distributing its products in the Middle East, Africa and South America through the benefit from the multiple huge hubs in Dubai provided by Logistic Passport Project, launched by PCFC’ Customs World. The purposes of this Project are part of the vision of HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, its strides in trade among the Member States thanks to the technological solutions and the optimal use of logistic means and measures, and privileges and services provided by Dubai that will help connecting the world markets”.
He stressed that the World Logistic Passport supports expansion of commercial ties with the World and enhances partnerships with different world trade centers, supported by thoughts that help all achieve the highest potential benefit from the means available with the world’s fastest growing economies, and thus the enhancement of business in private sector and government entities that are members of the Passport.
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