Dubai / Emirates Business
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) showcased the pioneering steps Dubai has taken on the path of international leadership, supported by an advanced position among the top five most competitive and attractive maritime clusters in the world, at the 2017 edition of the Annual International Shipowning and Shipmanagement Summit held on the sidelines of London International Shipping Week 2017 which will run in the British capital until the end of this week.
DMCA officials reviewed the most competitive advantages of the local maritime sector which have had the greatest impact on Dubai ranking among the world’s most attractive and competitive maritime sectors and the top 10 maritime capitals of 2017. They also focused on Dubai’s regional maritime and logistics services and the competitive advantages of Dubai which have gained the confidence of regional and international investors in the emirate as a major contributor in shaping the future of the maritime industry.
Amer Ali, Executive Director of the DMCA, said that their participation in the 2017 Annual International Shipowning & Shipmanagement Summit falls within the framework of his organization’s commitment to representing the Emirate of Dubai and the entire UAE in international maritime forums.
Ali pointed out that this involvement has heightened Dubai’s leading experiences in becoming one of the world’s most stable, sustainable, competitive, inclusive and attractive maritime investment clusters which has become a model of how the needs of regional and international maritime leaders, particularly owners and operators of giant vessels and
ships, can be effectively