Abu Dhabi Ports plans to invest in the expansion and upgradation of Kizad and build the Mina Zayed port

Posted on 11th June 2015

Abu Dhabi Ports plans to invest in the expansion and upgradation of Kizad (Khalifa Industrial Zone) and also build the Mina Zayed port, said a report.

The port will be receiving a major financial aid from the Abu Dhabi government for its expansion move as the project will not only raise revenue but also create more than 100,000 jobs, reported Gulfnews.

Abu Dhabi Ports control three international ports mainly Khalifa Port, Mina Zayed and Musaffah port and are linked directly to more than 100 global ports and are served by more than 36 shipping lines, according to tradearabia news reports.

Unveiling the expansion plans, Captain Mohammed Al Shamisi, the chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Ports, said: "We will be investing in all our portfolio to expand."

“We are growing on the basis of strength of Abu Dhabi’s economy. We are going as planned including the opening of cruise terminal in December,” he added.

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