Dubai World Central Signs Agreements with 20 Companies

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DWC and its units are experiencing an increased interest from local and foreign companies to establish operations following the opening of Al Maktoum International Airport.

DWC and its units are experiencing an increased interest from local and foreign companies to establish operations following the opening of Al Maktoum International Airport.

20 new companies have signed agreements with Dubai World Central (DWC) over the last 2 months since the opening of Al Maktoum International Airport. The companies who have signed up at DWC are both local and foreign.

Dubai World Central and its corresponding units are experiencing an increased interest from local and foreign companies to establish operations following the opening of Al Maktoum Airport in June this year.

To be based in Dubai Logistics City, part of Dubai World Central and the world’s first logistics platform with all transport modes, the new entrants have taken the tally in DLC to more than 50 companies.

Rashed Buqara’a, chief operating officer for Dubai World Central said.

“We are not poaching companies from other free zones in the UAE and rather focusing on the foreign multinational companies to come and establish operations in the Dubai World Central,”

Calogi, a leading air-freight portal solution, was the latest entrant on Monday to announce the launch of operations in Dubai World Central – Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC).

Calogi has now presence at all the 8 Freight Gates located in Jafza, Dafza, Dubai International Airport and the new Al Maktoum Airport.

Buqara’a said $8.1-billion Al Maktoum Airport is slated to start receiving passengers in March/April of next year.

Category: Al Maktoum Airport, Dubai, Dubai International Airport, Dubai Logistics City (DLC), Dubai World, Dubai World Central (DWC)

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