As part of its initiatives to satisfy the present and arising needs of the regional and global food and beverage (F&B) markets, the Dubai Airport terminal Freezone Authority (DAFZA) has actually revealed its involvement at Gulfood Event 2017. Happening from February 26 to March 2, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the trade exhibition will supply DAFZA with a global platform to showcase its competitive benefits and business-friendly environment matched for leading worldwide F&B companies.
The 22nd version of the world's greatest food and hospitality occasion will not only highlight the region's latest solutions, facilities, sophisticated facilities, financial investment remedies, and essential business incubation processes however will enable DAFZA to clarify its key payments to the UAE's financial diversity plan. DAFZA organizes a number of prominent international brands from the food industry and has successfully built an eye-catching environment for bringing new considerable investments to the local and regional food fields.
DAFZA specifically intends to highlight promising possibilities and the enormous potential of Dubai's halal food industry to the international community. Furthermore, it will certainly go over the expansion and development of Light Industrial Units (LIUs) created to ensure an optimum logistical platform for regional, worldwide and international business looking for to capitalize on the broadening global food industry. Boosting LIUs provides a strong catalyst for regional and international capitalists to enter the regional halal food market via Dubai, which is carrying out aggressive initiatives to transform itself into a global resources of the Islamic economic situation by 2021.
Jamal Bin Marghoob, Director for Advertising and Corporate Communication, DAFZA, claimed: "Gulfood is a critical international forum for 5,000 exhibitors from leading F&B and halal companies. It is very important for us at DAFZA to be part of the forum to develop straight communication channels with regional and international choice makers, business owners, and financiers who aspire to benefit from the increasing grocery store, which is among our leading concerns offered its basic duty in Dubai's economic diversity method. This will help own the global Islamic economic situation as well."
Bin Marghoob added: "DAFZA pays great focus on its investment motivations, infrastructure, and legal support to enhance F&B organisations and help them carve a niche in key regional markets that are considered international financial investment centers. Our efforts have actually generated favorable results specifically in regards to highlighting DAFZA as a business incubator for a wide spectrum of the F&B market. Currently, 8 per cent of the complete companies running at DAFZA are from this sector, with about 29 percent of them are international firms. Our succeeding accomplishments have influenced us to consistently pursue our development plans and ambitious projects. Among these initiatives are DAFZA Square, which got the Management in Power and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating, and the Light Industrial Units project, which intends to include 33 LIUs to address the increasing world need for office spaces and storage space and logistical centers."
DAFZA held a extensive panel discussion at the German Structure to tackle significant chances and business growth capacities and advancements in Dubai. Top 79 German exhibitors participated in the conversations. The panel also clarified the local market's ambitions and present growths, along with Dubai's affordable advantages as one of the world's most popular business incubators. Additionally, it allowed German investors became acquaint with modern DAFZA facilities and detailed treatments on how you can establish their business operations at the Freezone.