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Dubai Free Zone 1st globally in digital services

Monday, 10 19 2020, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
The reign of the Dubai-based DMCC as the world’s top free zone continues. The DMCC has come on top of fDi’s Global Free Zones of the Year for the sixth consecutive year in 2020. A favourite of the judges, the zone has once again managed to impress with its combination of operational results and cutting-edge governance and marketing strategy, with some key improvements pushed through in 2019 to refine its overall business proposition.

The managing company highlights that 39 system upgrades were implemented to enhance customer experience and improve operational efficiency in 2019, thus achieving nearly 100% digital services, whose value skyrocketed as the Covid-19 pandemic brought digital onboarding and aftercare services to the fore. Additionally, the DMCC partnered with Etisalat Digital to transform Jumeirah Lakes Towers into an innovative smart and sustainable district, powered by a 5G network. It also collaborated with Dubai-based logistics powerhouse DP World to provide DMCC members with solutions for warehousing located in the Jebel Ali Free Zone and Port, thus providing additional value for customers who previously could not access warehousing solutions within the free zone.

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