Dubai PR Network, Online Press Release from Dubai and Middle East
 
Government Sector(Government, Legal & Humanity)
Filter PR by
  
Dubai Customs develops strategies to support online trade
 
Dubai Customs develops strategies to support online trade

Dubai – 5 May 2018:   Dubai Customs’ online trade development team organized its first meeting in cooperation with Dubai Customs partners. The team included representatives of Tariff and Origin Department, Project Delivery Department, DP World, JAFZA, DAFZA, Dubai South and Dubai Trade.  

Ahmed Al Kharoosi, Director of Tariff and Origin Department said the meeting is meant to support strategic plans implemented to boost economic growth and keep abreast of online trade breakthroughs and technologies. 

In the meeting, developing the online systems and the guidelines of this type of trade has been discussed, and the idea of supporting Dubai to become a global online trade portal through accelerating goods delivery and customs clearance was highlighted.  

Al Kharoosi pointed out that the project is managed by a highly specialized technical team from the Project Delivery Department in Dubai Customs. 

“We have put forth our next development agenda to develop an online trade strategy with the help of our partners. We will attract more companies using the trial applications of the online trade at this stage” Al Kharoosi added. 

Dubai Customs spares no effort to provide the best services and facilitations in support of online trade which is witnessing more and more growth and gaining much more popularity worldwide. 

 


Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team
Viewed 6722 times
PR Category : Government, Legal & Humanity
Posted on : Saturday, May 5, 2018  9:17:00 AM UAE local time (GMT+4)
Replication or redistribution in whole or in part is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of DubaiPRNetwork.com.
Previous Story : DED-Ajman signs MOU with 2GIS to enhance services for invest...
Next Story : DSCE launches ‘My Energy, My Responsibility' campaign to rai...
Email this article Print this article

Share this article with your friends and followers
NewsVine
Back to Section Home

Related Stories



 
 
Most Viewed Press Release posted in the last 7 days
BodyO launches officially its AiPod for a full body check-up during the Gitex Future Stars [13194-Views]
The World of Aigner Wunderkammer [12584-Views]
Halloween “Catwoman” mask using BROW products [11041-Views]
Fifi & Friends - Now available at more outlets across the UAE [9760-Views]
Win up to 250,000 Gold coins at Malabar Gold & Diamonds this festive season [9187-Views]
Corum Heritage Eleganza- Dedicated to the stylish woman [9120-Views]
Michael Kors to Introduce a Special-edition Whitney Handbag for the Middle East [8692-Views]
BOLLYWOOD PARKS™ Dubai introduces 11 new shows with a new line up of performances from var... [8516-Views]
Dubai's newest social hub - Bar Baar introduces ‘Thela Baar Brunch' [7820-Views]
Hour Choice presents Coach Park Collection (Suede straps) [7741-Views]
Sunglasses Trends for Fall/Winter 2018 [7472-Views]
Dubai Shopping Festival Returns With Much-awaited Mega Raffles [7344-Views]
Saddle Up With kate spade Fall 2018 [7210-Views]
Scuderia Ferrari Aspire Watch Special Edition Gift Set [7082-Views]
Neymar Jr. Partners With GaGà Milano as Brand Ambassador [6893-Views]
CITIZEN Unveils 100th Anniversary Limited Edition Collection [6716-Views]
Rado DiaMaster Ceramos Automatic [6637-Views]
Introducing the Nokia 7.1 to the UAE [6399-Views]
W Motors and Safe City Group introduce the BEAST PATROL at GITEX: One of the most advance... [6393-Views]
L'oréal Among the Top 10 of Thomson Reuters Diversity & Inclusion Index [6246-Views]
Trust Corine de Farme for Sulfate-Free Baby Products [6216-Views]
Be Thankful with Tub of Butter This Thanksgiving [6124-Views]
Sharjah Government pavilion highlights digital transformation of Sharjah at GITEX 2018 [5966-Views]
Malabar Gold & Diamonds partners with NBF for the second NBF Fujairah Run [5679-Views]
HUGO BOSS Watches Jump Collection [5460-Views]
 
RSS Facebook Twitter LinkedDin
 
Top Sections
 
Top Stories