Tunisian business delegation visits Jafza to explore business potential in the free zone
A Tunisian delegation comprising businessmen and entrepreneurs who visited Jafza recently to explore the possibility of setting up companies in the free zone were highly impressed with the quality of infrastructure facilities available at Jafza and have expressed keen willingness to establish operations here.
Dr. Mohamed Al Banna, Senior Sales Manager, Free Zone Commercial Sales welcomed the delegation and showed them around the free zone and provided an overview of the facilities and services that Jafza offers its clients. Al Banna also explained the well-planned expansion strategy that Jafza has adopted and emphasized on the mega zoning project launched last year.
Speaking on the occasion, Al Banna said, “We are glad to welcome the Tunisian delegation to Jafza. Dubai’s strategic geographic location makes it ideally suited for multinational companies to base their operations in, and Jafza with its world-class infrastructure and support services serves as an attractive investment destination for companies from around the world. Tunisian business enterprises planning to set up operations in Jafza can be assured of our total support and cooperation.”
“At present there are eleven Tunisian companies operating in Jafza in various industrial sectors, and this number is expected to rise significantly in the coming months,” added Al Banna.
Jafza offers a range of advantages to companies establishing operations in the zone, such as simple administrative procedures, zero duties on all import and export goods and machineries within the free zone, modern communication facilities and excellent support services. More than 5,000 companies from over 120 countries, including about 150 Fortune 500 companies, have set up facilities at Jafza.
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