View to cooperate on economic development
Dubai South, the largest single-urban master development focusing on aviation, logistics, and real estate, has signed an agreement with Beijing New Aerotropolis Holdings China to establish a comprehensive framework for nurturing cooperative relations and encouraging mutual growth in areas like economic development, urban land-planning and sustainability.
The agreement was signed by Zhigang Liu, Chairman, Beijing New Aerotropolis, and Mohsen Ahmad, CEO, Logistics District, Dubai South, in the presence of HE Khalifa Al Zaffin, Executive Chairman, Dubai Aviation City Corporation and Dubai South.
The strategic alliance underscores a commitment to joint efforts that stimulate cooperation between private enterprises across both countries, ultimately bolstering economic synergy between the two airport zones and jointly pioneering new international trade standards adapted to the evolving digital landscape.
“We remain steadfast in our commitment to share our expertise and work closely with Beijing New Aerotropolis to achieve our mutual goals that promise to bring forth reciprocal benefits,” remarked Ahmad.
“We are delighted to be working closely with the team at Dubai South and anticipate the prospect of exploring additional avenues of collaboration in the future,” commented Liu.
Dubai South was launched as a Dubai Government project in 2006, representing an emerging 145 square-kilometre master-planned city that focuses on an aviation and logistics ecosystem that houses the world’s largest airport when fully operational.
Beijing New Aerotropolis Holdings., China, was established in 2012 as the core platform for developing and constructing the Beijing Daxing International Airport Economic Zone.