Established in 1988 Ajman Free Zone provides excellent opportunity to both regional and oversees entrepreneurs . The formation of Free Zone Authority has given impetus to industrial activity in the UAE and has resulted in quadruple economic growth in recent years.
Ajman Free Zone, with its strategic location is the doorway of the Arabian Gulf, positioned to serve both, Eastern and Western markets. We are situated in the heart of the UAE and are seen as a hub for all trading and servicing activities in the UAE. Easy en route through seaports, airports and to an international road network enables us to serve and connect with neighbouring countries and other parts of the globe.
Through our initiative in industrial expansions we have capitalized the manufacturing sector and have scaled the ladder by meeting the needs of our investors time and again. Over the years, Ajman has been developing ways to diversify its investments. Ajman company registration is becoming inherently known. A variety of businesses are now residing in Ajman, such as manufacturing, retail, real estate, construction, transport and business services.
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