The first official account of this article:Middle East Cross-border E-Commerce Exchange, ID:EMEDubai

MENASA’s first dedicated e-commerce self Dubai Business City in the Trade Zone has cooperated with world-renowned third-party logistics and last-mile delivery providers to provide end-to-end logistics services for free zone customers. Simplified logistics services include inbound and outbound support for the Middle East and Africa and other major markets around the world. From the warehouse directly to the door of the consumer, the last mile delivery service has a market-competitive delivery time.

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Free trade distinction There are three clusters:one is a commercial cluster of office buildings, a social cluster with retail, catering, exhibition and event centers, a showroom and a logistics cluster composed of dedicated and multi-customer warehouses. Customers in Dubai Business City will be able to pre-negotiate with third-party logistics and last-mile providers and pay at a competitive price. In addition to these benefits, customers will also receive plug-and-play solutions to take advantage of the services that best suit their business.

The region is expected to grow at a double-digit rate by 2022. With the outbreak of Covid-19, the e-commerce industry will further accelerate its development. Companies involved in e-commerce are increasingly turning to Dubai Business City to take advantage of destinations and tailor-made e-commerce products. The project covers an area of ​​2.1 million square feet and is a Dh3.2 billion investment in Umm Ramool, which is expected to make Dubai a leading hub for international e-commerce.

Dubai Business City was launched at the end of this year. It is a pioneer in the e-commerce process , And lead the changes in its regulations. The first project of its kind plans to include a comprehensive ecosystem to provide seamless services for e-commerce companies, including service providers such as photo studios, call centers, payment gateways, web developers, translation and localization service providers, etc. other.