Abu Dhabi, June 10, 2022 (WAM)-AD Ports Group has signed a terms and conditions agreement with Enter Engineering Group to launch a new business to provide logistics and freight services in the Central Asian country of Uzbekistan.

Under the agreement, the two companies will establish a joint venture to manage logistics and freight services such as air, sea, land and rail logistics, warehousing, contract logistics and customs clearance.

The AD Ports Group will also support the Enter Engineering Group’s work on bidding in the UAE with a focus on the energy sector.

Founded in 2012, Enter Engineering Group is one of the fastest growing companies in the industrial construction market in Central Asia.

Responsible for the term is the latest in a series of international agreements signed by the AD Ports Group to support ports, logistics and digital projects around the world, and the first of its kind with major Uzbekistan companies. ..

Captain Mohamed JumaAl Shamisi, Managing Director and Group CEO of ADPorts Group, said: A program of internationalization and global growth. We are pleased to sign this agreement with the Enter Engineering Group, the market leader in Uzbekistan’s dynamic industrial engineering sector.

He added that the agreement saw important opportunities to strengthen the capacity and connectivity of logistics channels in the region, which would help promote economic growth and further strengthen relations between the two countries. ..

Bakhtyar Fazirov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Enter Engineering Group, said the agreement will create jobs, support the needs of companies in Uzbekistan and open up international channels for trade and development. rice field.

According to the Uzbekistan Ministry of Foreign Trade, the UAE and Uzbekistan have made significant progress in developing a portfolio of joint investment projects in recent years, with approximately 15 projects currently being developed at a value of US $ 5 billion.

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