70 million dirhams Dubai trade in medical sterilizers, an increase of 23% – Economy – Local


The Dubai Customs Department stated that the value of Dubai’s foreign trade in sterilizers and disinfectants recorded a growth of 23% to reach 70 million dirhams during the first half of this year compared with 56.8 million dirhams for the same period last year, and last June witnessed the highest growth in the value of trade Medical sterilizers, by 95% to 18 million dirhams, compared to 9.2 million dirhams registered in June 2019, and the growth in the value of Dubai’s foreign trade for medical sterilizers reflects the distinguished efforts and rapid measures taken by the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, headed by His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Committee.

The value of total imports amounted to 32.4 million dirhams for the first half of the current year, compared to 24.4 million dirhams, with a growth of 33%, and the total value of exports recorded 31 million dirhams compared with 25.7 million dirhams, with a growth of 20%, while the value of re-exports stabilized at 6.5 million dirhams.

The First Director of the Statistics and Studies Department at Dubai Customs, Naseem Al Muhairi, confirmed that Dubai Customs is keen to provide the best services and commercial and customs facilities for companies and merchants in general, work groups and trade in food and medical materials, as well as dealers of sterile materials in particular, as part of its tireless efforts to supply the local market of these materials in a manner. Continuous and sustainable availability at competitive prices according to the strategy of the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, as customs centers and air freight centers work to complete inspection and inspection operations, and complete customs clearance for shipments of medical materials and sterilizers without delay.

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