Jitendra business consultancy can provide information all about industrial areas in Dubai and all the process. The Dubai Government has allocated a number of industrial areas and provided them with all necessary facilities, such as internal roads, electric power, water, Tele-communication services and other facilities.
The local government offers various incentives to the business involved in industrial projects. These include exemption from customs duty on import of items for the use of industrial projects such as raw materials and machinery. In addition there is a 10% price preference in government prices over imported goods.
There are five basic requirements to be complied by an entrepreneur to start up an industrial project in Dubai.
1. No objection from Dubai Municipality
2. Obtain initial clearance form Ministry of Finance & Industry (Industrial Department)
3. Apply for industrial License with Department of Economic Development
4. Arrange the factory site (such as preparation of factory site, installation of machinery, import of raw materials etc.)
5. Register the project in the Industrial Register at the Ministry of Finance & industry
6. Register with Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The industrial areas, which can accommodate new manufacturing project are the following:
1. Al Awir Road industrial area - 661 hectares.
2. Al Quoz Industrial area - 1838 hectares.
3. Al Safa area - 20 hectares (only for consumer food stuff.)
4. Al Khubaisi Area - 102 hectares.
5. Um Ramool Industrial Area - 391 hectares.
6. Al Qusais Industrial Area - 545 hectares
7. Jeble Ali Industrial Area 84 - hectares.
Currently plots are available for lease only Jebel Ali Industrial Area, Al Qusais Industrial Area and Al Quoz Industrial Area. The rate for land per annum is 30 fils; 40-fils period allowed for a factory unit is 20 years and for a warehouse is Years.