RAK FTZ opens new business centre
Ras Al Khaimah, January 8, 2009
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ) recently launched a new state-of-the art office building in the Business Park – Business Centre 4.
'Business Centre 4 is part of our strategy to continue improving our services and remain competitive,' said Oussama El Omari, chief executive and director general of RAK FTZ.
'It will meet the growing demands of many of our existing clients, who are looking to expand their projects and operations, as well as cater to new businesses that are looking to set up in the free zone.'
The brand new nine-storied glass structure offers the latest facilities and amenities in an average of 1000 sqm floor space, including the common area on each level.
Small and medium sized offices are available on three floors, while the top floors offering spectacular sea views are left for large businesses, with shell and core areas that allow clients to tailor their office space according to their needs.
State-of-the-art communications systems come pre-installed with IP telephony and broadband connectivity as well as WIFI access. The Business Centre 4 also offers a comprehensive IT consultation to identify the needs of each client and develop customised solutions.
The premises also feature a roof-top swimming pool, health club, a mini supermarket, pharmacy, restaurants, office stationary shops and a travel centre.
Other facilities include business centre, conference room, banks and ATMs, courier service, event management services, real estate and car rental services.
“We are happy to welcome our clients to the new Business Centre 4 and look forward to the synergy that this new facility will provide to Ras Al Khaimah’s trade and the community,” added El Omari.-TradeArabia News Service
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