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JAFZA Logistics Park in Dubai to be complete within 20 months

The construction of JAFZA Logistics Park in Dubai is set to be completed within 20 months. The Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA) selected a UAE-based construction company, Group AMANA, to lead the project’s implementation.

The monumental project will serve as the region’s first-ever, hub for business. In addition to enabling thousands of companies from 140+ countries, to grow their businesses to brand-new heights. Furthermore, the JAFZA Logistics Park in Dubai strives to be the ideal hub for global trade.

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As a whole, the JAFZA Logistics Cluster is home to over 430 companies from 31 countries. In fact, in 2020, JAFZA generated about AED 68.3 billion. In the same year, it was responsible for the trade facilitation of about $104.2 billion. In addition to 57 square kilometers of customs bonded zone. Currently, it ranks as the 3rd largest export in the world. Thus, the logistics park project will build upon the success of the logistics cluster.

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A deeper insight into JAFZA Logistics Park in Dubai

The project is in close proximity to the Al Maktoum International Airport. Additionally, it is also close to the Jebel Ali Port. As a result, it boasts the great potential to cater to both private sectors as well as government businesses. While speaking about the project, a Group AMANA representative said the firm appreciates the confidence and trust placed in them. Furthermore, the representative expressed commitment to certainly, delivering the project in 20 months.

In a nutshell, the JAFZA Logistics Park Project features three loading bays as well as one level access per unit. Furthermore, it includes FM2 flooring, skylights, and sandwich panel insulation. Impressively, it offers 16 units of multiple sizes with the smallest unit area being about 2,882 meters squared. Furthermore, the units have rectangular modal as well as flexible combination layouts. In total, its leasable area spans 46,112 meters squared. Taking it a step further, the project temperature-controlled units maintain at 25° C.

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