Sunday, February 28, 2021 – 6:57 PM
RAS AL-KHAIMAH, 28th February, 2019 (WAM) – A Swiss delegation headed by His Excellency Massimo Badji, Ambassador of Switzerland to the State, was briefed on the means used by the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zones Authority (RAKEZ) to support global investors in conducting their business in the Middle East markets.
This came during the visit of the guest delegation – which included Matteo Bova, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Swiss Business Council in Abu Dhabi, and a number of Swiss investors who have based the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah as their business headquarters – to the headquarters of the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zones Authority “RAKEZ” recently.
The delegation was received by Sheikh Muhammad bin Humaid Al Qasimi, Managing Director of the Authority, and Rami Jallad, CEO of the “RAKEZ” Group, where an overview of the various solutions provided by RAKEZ during the past year was presented to support the business, in addition to reviewing the special benefits provided by the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah to support investors. And their projects.
His Excellency the Swiss Ambassador expressed his admiration for the strategy followed by “RAKEZ” in order to provide all facilities to its customers, stressing the important role that this approach plays in enriching the experience of Swiss customers and providing a wide range of competitive services under one roof.
For his part, Rami Jallad stressed the keenness of “RAKEZ” to develop its products and services permanently and effectively in order to support investors from all over the world and the importance of creating more solutions that would facilitate the affairs of the Swiss business community at RAKEZ.
RAKEZ embraces 230 Swiss companies, including the most prominent Swiss brands, which are based in “RAKEZ” based on the prosperity of their business, such as Frankie, the world leader in supplying kitchen products and solutions, a company and the Genox factory specialized in manufacturing stainless steel kitchen equipment and finally Ark Middle East, which is specialized in manufacturing Glass products.
WAM / Muhammad al-Sharji / Mustafa Badr al-Din