Ajman Free Zone, Zajel sign MoU to offer shipment services
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Ajman Free Zone, Zajel sign MoU to offer shipment services

Ajman Free Zone, Zajel sign MoU to offer shipment services

The collaboration will allow the freezone’s business partners and customers to benefit from solutions provided by Zajel locally and internationally

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Ajman Free Zone (AFZ) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Zajel, a company specialising in logistics and transport.

The collaboration will allow AFZ’s business partners and customers to benefit from services provided by Zajel locally and internationally, including delivery and e-commerce services and solutions; international import and export services; and land, sea, and air freight services.

Ali AlSuwaidi, Director General of Ajman Free Zone, stated: “Through this MoU, we will facilitate investors and members of the local business community with access to a wide variety of delivery and shipment services. These services will be available locally and internationally, with competitive rates and highest levels of efficiency. AFZ will continue to expand its cooperation with its partners in the government and private sectors to establish a comprehensive system that supports investment through services and facilities, enhances the competitiveness of the local business environment and its ability to attract foreign investments, and increases the momentum of commercial and investment activities as essential pillars for a more diverse and sustainable economy.”

Yousuf Alkhaja, CEO of Zajel, said, “The MoU was signed in line with our vision to provide flexible solutions and innovative services that meet the needs of different types of customers, and keeping pace with the accelerating growth in the field of logistics and transport. Under this agreement, a platform for logistics and delivery services is provided as part of the series of value-added services that AFZ offers to its business partners and customers. This platform will meet the increasing needs for last mile delivery services. The established partnership will help realise the strategic goals of both parties to provide diverse services that meet the international standards and enhance customer experience.”

This move comes in line with the AFZ’s vision to expand its cooperation with partners, including service providers, government, and private institutions and companies, official news agency WAM reported.

AFZ registered a 4 per cent year on year growth in 2021, registering 1,792 new companies.

Read: Ajman Free Zone registers 1,792 new companies in 2021


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