• Dubai highlights opportunities in local maritime industry at INMEX SMM India 2017
Dubai highlights opportunities in local maritime industry at INMEX SMM India 2017
Dubai Maritime City Authority promotes the emirate transformation into a global platform for maritime industries based on knowledge, innovation & sustainability

The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) is showcasing the local maritime industry capacities, in the middle of international acknowledgment of Dubai's maritime affordable benefits, and status as one of the world's leading maritime centers during the opening of the continuous INMEX SMM India. The prestigious event being held at the Bombay Convention and Exhibit Centre will run until October 5, 2017.
As part of the objectives of Dubai Maritime Field Approach, the DMCA is taking part in the trade show along with DP World, Drydocks World-Dubai, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, and the Emirates Maritime Settlement Centre. Additionally, its visibility is attended further increase its initiatives to advertise Dubai's significant maritime accomplishments and position the UAE as one of the leading countries with the most innovative maritime industry.
Amer Ali, Executive Director of DMCA, stated: "The DMCA will continuously highlight the role of the emirate as the facility of global maritime activities to increase its competitiveness, ensure inclusiveness, and promote sustainability. Backed by its management, Dubai has taken advanced steps to implement introducing efforts and contribute to the global maritime industry. Such a move intends making Dubai and the UAE the top global facility for innovative and highly effective sectors according to the smart vision of our leadership."
The Dubai delegates seek to showcase the substantial opportunities in the local maritime industry and the unprecedented advantages of Dubai, including its calculated location, advanced framework, and legal and logistical solutions sustained by the highly certified human resources. This initiative is aligned with the greatest standards of excellence to explore and improve the future of the local maritime industry based on the columns of innovation, creative thinking, and knowledge.
In the opening seminar of the occasion, Nawfal Al Jourani, Head of Dubai Maritime Collection Office, made a discussion titled 'NEW ECONOMIC SITUATION: Dubai Version, the Leading Maritime Collection in Middle East' to discuss investment possibilities in Dubai and its benefits in contrast with various other global maritime clusters.
Ali included: "INMEX SMM India 2017 is a best opportunity for us to additional add to the global maritime community's growth and growth with Dubai's proactive efforts, and as it is just one of the top 5 global maritime collections in regards to competition and attractiveness. Our involvement together with DP World, Drydocks World-Dubai, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, and the Emirates Maritime Adjudication Centre mirrors our collective initiative to promote the encouraging investment prospects in the local maritime industry on behalf of the 'Dubai Industrial Strategy.' The last goals to change the emirate right into a global platform for knowledge-based industries, innovation and sustainability."
Ali wrapped up: "We delight in to join other global stakeholders going to INMEX SMM India 2017, an occasion that supports our relentless initiatives to promote Dubai's global management via exchange of experiences and ideal experiment our abroad counterparts. We look forward to connecting with capitalists and industry leaders in India and globally to clarify attractive business chances and investor-friendly setting in Dubai, along with the efforts to check out brand-new prospects to accelerate growth of the marine industrial industry, as a primary gamer in the comprehensive and lasting advancement procedure."

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