Setup your company in Dubai Auto Zone (DAZ)
The Dubai Auto Zone was recognized in 2000, DAZ’s purpose is to export autos to the markets of Asia and Africa. The location of Dubai Auto Zone is of good advantage as it gives simple and quick connection to airports and seaports. The DAZ is the most complete marketing point for groups inside the Auto industry. The Dubai Auto Zone is attracts lots of foreign investors in the auto industry and it contains the economic zone for Gulf Cooperation Council and retails zone for local markets.
This zone, occupying approximately 1 million square meters of bonded area near major airports and seaports, is home to more than 400 companies including Boeing International Corporation, Aramex and Emirates Post. Jebel Ali Freezone Authority (JAFZA) manages DAZ supplying high-quality carrier to its customers in any respect time. JAFZA is charged with the supervision of Dubai Auto Zone. Its responsibilities include providing companies with all assistance required including: licensing, administration services, customs and clearing etc, if they wish to operate within the Free Zone. Procedural matters have been kept simple.
The automobile is reloaded onto feeder vessels, or on to vans which travel throughout the region on a network of highways, linking all the neighboring nations inside the Middle East and beyond.
The Dubai Auto Zone gives both local and foreign investors several reasons for setting up a company in Dubai. Among those are:
– No restrictions on currency,
– No business tax,
– Complete renewal of earnings and assets,
– No regulations for appointing foreign employees inside the company of Dubai,
– No import or export responsibilities,
– Office and storage spaces,
– Complete foreign possession of the organization,
– There is no limitation and range on cars to be imported.
The authorities are present physically inside the Dubai Auto Zone that is concerned in car replacement.
– Customs Inspections,
– Customs Operations,
– Delivery agencies,
– The Dubai Ports Documents.
The allowed activities in the Dubai Auto Zone are associated with the automobile industry and contain trading, insurance maintenance.
Left-hand drive vehicles are exported into the local markets and are subject to the local regulations prevalent whereas right-hand drive vehicles are mainly exported to India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and other African countries.