DED Ajman signs two strategic new cooperative agreements for storage of seized goods

The Department of Economic Development – Ajman (DED-Ajman) has recently signed a strategic new cooperative agreement with TAD Logistics Company and Al Shamali & Waris Trading Company. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will assist DED-Ajman in facilitating the transfer and storage of seized, damaged and counterfeit items. The new partnership demonstrates DED-Ajman's continued commitment towards establishing key cooperative with the private sector in order to provide comprehensive and integrated services that contribute to the efforts to achieve the goals set forth in Ajman Vision 2021.

The agreement was signed by His Excellency (H.E.) Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Nuaimi, Assistant Director General for Economic Registration and Control, DED-Ajman; Rajeesh conteu TAD Logistics and Naser coteshei Al Shamali & Waris Trading Company in a signing ceremony held at the DED-Ajman Headquarters. The event was attended by some of the department's senior officials, company representatives and members of the media.

H.E. Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Nuaimi, Assistant Director General for Economic Registration and Control, DED-Ajman, stressed on the importance of the agreement, which reflects the department's continuing move to reinforce its partnerships with the private sector--a key driver in achieving a competitive and highly diversified green economy. The agreement aims at helping ensure a smooth process in the transfer and storage of counterfeit goods and materials that have been seized by DED-Ajman during its regular round of inspections across businesses and trade establishments in the emirate. He also emphasized the continuity of work under the directives of His Highness (H.H.) Chairman of the Department, and the aspirations of the Executive Council of the Emirate to serve its successful path in the development and facilitation of services provided to investors and consumers.

The cooperative agreement between the three parties aims to regulate and facilitate the transfer and storage of damaged, counterfeited and forged goods to ensure their preservation from loss, damage, robbery, fire or other damages. The agreement clearly defines the tasks assigned to all parties on how to properly deliver the agreed services and the distribution of roles and responsibilities, as well as the agreed common services delivery mechanism, with full commitment to enhance coordination between the stakeholders involved in implementing the agreement and to expand their channels of communication and information.