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Dubai Logistics District launches Masary system

DUBAI, June 3, 2018

The Logistics District at Dubai South has launched Masary, a new smart electronic system that reduces the transit time of goods and vehicles, said a report.

The new system is considered the first-of-its-kind in the region and will positively impact the traffic of goods and vehicles that move through the district, reported state news agency Wam.

The Masary system is part of the district’s efforts to adopt new technologies to facilitate businesses, which is in line with Dubai’s government policy on digital transformation that aims to enhance the emirate’s status as a leading logistics services centre in the region, it said.

Masary is considered to be a smart, safe and innovative system that is digitally connected to Dubai Police, Dubai Customs and other relevant government departments. The system is characterised by its speedy process while issuing permits by reducing the time it takes from four hours to a mere 10 minutes.

Mohsen Ahmad, vice president of Logistics District at Dubai South, stated that the district is one of the leading free zones in Dubai that promotes the logistics sector, and is a leader when it comes to offering smart services that are in line with the Smart Dubai 2021 strategy.

He added that the new system is a pioneering initiative from the logistics district that aims to facilitate the movement of goods using a simple and quick method that saves time, which is a critical way to improve the processes and practices of logistics companies.

Ahmad noted that the system is an example of the important role that Dubai South plays in offering innovative services and facilities that attract various investors from the logistics sector.

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