DMCA to take part in Dubai boat show
Dubai, March 2, 2014
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA), the government authority charged with regulating, coordinating and supervising all aspects of the maritime sector in Dubai, will highlight regulations for secure operations, environmental requirements and standards of maritime safety and security at a boat show in Dubai.
The Dubai International Boat Show will run from March 4 to 8 at the Dubai International Marine Club, Mina Seyahi.
It will also introduce water-sports professionals and enthusiasts to the required procedures to maintain maritime safety when driving any type of marine crafts to create a vibrant and secure maritime industry in Dubai.
The DMCA aims to increase awareness on Dubai’s maritime licensing services at its pavilion and its licensing service to maintain compliance with the highest standards of maritime safety and the best international practices to promote the industry’s regional and global competitiveness.
Amer Ali, executive director, said: “We are glad to participate once again in the DIBS 2014, which offers a high-level interactive platform to promote various communication channels with industry leaders, decision-makers, businessmen and water-sportsmen.
“DIBS also provides us with an opportunity to raise public awareness about various means of maintaining the highest levels of maritime safety to prevent human, physical and environmental risks when driving recreational marine crafts. We will focus on vital issues, including maritime safety and environmental security in order to support, develop, regulate and promote Dubai’s maritime industry.”
The authority will also launch a series of initiatives aimed at implementing the highest standards of maritime safety and promoting Dubai’s competitiveness among regional and international maritime industries.
In addition, it will also offer key infrastructures to raise the bar of the local maritime sector, based on a set of fundamentals and core values of excellence, innovation, cooperation and marine environment conservation. - TradeArabia News Service