Under the directives of Mansour bin Mohammed and to support the efficiency and competitiveness of the maritime sector
The Maritime Navigation Regulation and Insurance Committee in Dubai launches the “Maritime Assistant” service
Saeed bin Ahmed: "(Dubai Shipping) continues to work to upgrade all services to raise the level of global competitiveness of the sector."
The Maritime Navigation Regulation and Insurance Committee in the Emirate of Dubai, in coordination with the Dubai Maritime City Authority at the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, launched the “Maritime Assistant” service specialized in providing marine means in the maritime sector in Dubai, under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Council Dubai border crossings security.
Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, Executive Director of the Dubai Maritime City Authority, stressed that “in accordance with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to develop a service system that supports the efficiency and competitiveness of the maritime sector in the Emirate of Dubai, the authority has launched the Maritime Assistant Service, which aims to Establishing a unified entity of a civilian nature that will initially provide a total of 10 marine means (boats), as an initial stage, affiliated with the Dubai Maritime City Authority, Dubai Municipality and Dubai International Marine Sports Club, with the aim of supporting government agencies and providing field and logistical services to enable them to perform and facilitate their work tasks that They are presented at sea, such as inspections, marine surveys and other field operations, which achieve optimum use of government resources and achieve the highest level of coordination between the authorities in the emirate to serve the public interest.
He added: "The marine assistant service provides its services to all government departments, so that the interested party can address the authority directly to use the marine means to carry out and perform tasks that require its presence in the waters of the Emirate of Dubai at any time."
He explained that the "Maritime Assistant" service is keen to enforce laws and decisions and maintain discipline and civilized practices in the waters of the Emirate of Dubai in accordance with the approach received by the public in a positive manner, noting that the Dubai Maritime City Authority will assume responsibility for coordinating and supervising the provision of marine means when needed.
Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum said, "The Dubai Maritime City Authority looks forward to continuing to work on upgrading all services related to the maritime sector to enhance the efficiency of maritime traffic and raise the level of global competitiveness in the sector," stressing that "the authority is keen to see the latest developments and comparisons." Standardization to follow best practices in the sector and build partnerships that benefit all stakeholders involved in maritime traffic in Dubai.”
He praised the continuous follow-up of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to develop the maritime sector in the Emirate of Dubai in accordance with the best international standards and practices, praising the important and vital role played by the Dubai Maritime Regulation and Insurance Committee to develop the services provided to the maritime sector.
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