Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA) and Dubai Customs have formed a strategic partnership aimed at providing tenants with quality services and facilitate trading.
The two organizations plan to collaborate to study local obstacles, if any, and find suitable solutions to improve the procedures and mechanisms of business services.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed by His Excellency, Ahmed Butti, Executive Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, Director General of Dubai Customs, and Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, Director General of DAFZA, during a meeting held at the Freezone’s headquarters.
“Dubai Customs is a working partner for all Dubai business organisations, aiming to streamline and facilitate customs procedures in order to support commercial exchange between Dubai and the rest of the world,” said Ahmed Butti, “Through our partnership with Dubai Airport Freezone we will continue to support the UAE’s economic development and further Dubai’s image as a business hub globally.”
“We are extremely grateful to Dubai Customs’ support throughout the years. Foreign investors and international companies are given the opportunity to operate freely and achieve their targets in Dubai. Our partnership will facilitate their day-to-day activity and help us to build a package of unique services to cater to our tenants needs,” said Dr. Mohamed Al Zarooni.
The agreement is expected to bring joint plans in a number of areas and initiatives, like Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects, the creation of new services and comparison reference in Key Performance Indicators results and other management systems.