UAE’s EZDubai to construct 4 new facilities to meet rising market demands

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
  • Follow author on
EZDubai
Representational Image

EZDubai, a fully dedicated eCommerce hub strategically located in the heart of Dubai South, has stated that four new facilities of 270,000 square feet are currently under construction.

According to the reports, the four facilities are being built to complement the 1,300,000 square feet that has already been developed and handed over, in order to meet future demand.

The announcement comes on the sidelines of the company’s participation in the upcoming Seamless Middle East 2021 expo, which will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre on September 29 and 30, 2021.

The UAE is making huge steps to become the fastest-growing eCommerce market in the Middle East, with a domestic eCommerce sector set to contribute $3 billion (Dh12 billion) to the local gross domestic product (GDP) by 2023.

Mohsen Ahmad
Mohsen Ahmad
CEO – Logistics District
Dubai South

“We are delighted with the growth of EZDubai over the past two years since its inception. Due to increased demand, we are continuously developing additional facilities to ensure that our discerning partners receive the best services. At Dubai South, we understand that structural change in the service economy is an inevitable affiliation of economic growth; therefore, we presented a distinctive business model that paves the way for our valued clientele to benefit from economies of scale within EZDubai to ensure the lowest possible cost for every successfully fulfilled order.”

The e-fulfillment centers located in EZDubai, which is supported by market demand, have created a need for proximity last-mile centers within the cluster. “Such last-mile centers successfully support the customer journey, enabling cluster benefits and cements EZDubai’s position as a regional hub for eCommerce players from across the world,” according to the statement.

EZDubai has been at the forefront of the eCommerce sector in delivering Dubai’s first dual-licensed, hybrid-bonded facilities. Its success can be demonstrated with its host of global and regional eCommerce tenants who undertake fulfillment from the district, using Dubai South’s customer-centric processes with its seamless, multimodal connectivity between road, air, and sea transportation, as per the statement.

Related: Abu Dhabi’s Yas Creative Hub nears completion; First unit to open by end of 2021

YOU MAY LIKE