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Dubai South recognises strong show of support given by its stakeholders

Posted 7 November 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai South is attracting foreign investors to set up business in the fast growing free zone.

 

The company successfully held its ‘Business Appreciation Breakfast’ to honor the valuable contributions of more than 30 key strategic partners from the government sector. The business event, which was held today (Wednesday November 7, 2018) at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, was aimed at celebrating excellence in the delivery of services to clients and recognising the vital role of key partners in achieving their objectives.

Khalifa Al Zaffin, executive chairman of DACC and Dubai South presented the plaque of appreciation to the heads of the different stakeholders during the event. H.E. Al Zaffin expressed his appreciation to the continued efforts and initiatives by Dubai South and its key partners in the government and private sector to strengthen cooperation and thereby promote excellence, in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, for the emirate and the UAE to become a world leader in infrastructure and among the top ranking cities in terms of logistics and Aviation performance index, under the UAE Vision 2021 and the Dubai Plan 2021.

He further commended that the series of interrelated partnerships and value-added cooperation programs that were established for various stakeholders have been effective in building strong relationships with various local, regional and international governmental and private entities, which is essential to achieve Dubai’s vision of creating a vibrant society where people can invest, live and work within a sustainable, healthy and happy environment.                                                                              

Al Zaffin said: “Our greatest achievement is how we managed to harness the technological and smart innovations in the service of our customers, supported by quality initiatives that have established Dubai South as a smart city, transforming Dubai into a preferred destination for living, working and investing. These achievements place us in a position of great responsibility and greater challenges to continue the process of excellence and leadership, building on our efforts and cooperation.” 

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