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Abu Dhabi Ports Company (APDC) marked a MoU with Duisport within the sight of a high positioning exchange mission from Germany. The marking, which occurred at the Emirates Palace, was gone to by Capt. Mohamed Juma Al-Shamisi, Vice President Ports Unit at the Abu Dhabi Ports Company and the exchange appointment, under the authority of German President Christian Wulff and within the sight of Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport.
The MoU comes as a consequence of a participation understanding that had been set amid a visit made by Erich Staake to Abu Dhabi in October 2011 and offers full administration bundles of framework and superstructure for the Ports and coordinations areas.
Remarking on the marking, Capt. Shamisi, said: "We are pleased to welcome President Christian Wulff and Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport to Abu Dhabi. The MoU is an announcement of our proceeded with association with the German Federal Government and we anticipate proceeded with participation amongst ADPC and Duisport."
Erich Staake, President and Chief Executive Officer of Duisburger Hafen AG-Duisport, said: "We are satisfied that Duisport can give its know-how to a standout amongst the most essential ports in this quickly creating locale. This participation assention speaks to a further imperative stride in our internationalization methodology, which is as a rule constantly created."
The Abu Dhabi Ports Company is in charge of all business port and coordinations exercises in Abu Dhabi, going from Al Sila in the west on the fringe with Saudi Arabia, up to the new Khalifa Port in the east, because of open in Q4 2012. This port, built in the ocean, will serve as the entryway to the Khalifa Industrial Zone (Kizad), a modern range that at 417 square kilometers is among the biggest on the planet. Notwithstanding building up the framework associations and upgrading port administration, Duisport will likewise inspect distribution center operations in detail to accomplish higher effectiveness. Toward the start of 2012, master groups from both sides will begin work to make itemized assentions.