Abu Dhabi Terminals and Automobile & Touring Club of the United Arab Emirates (ATCUAE) signed a strategic agreement to promote trade and transport. The partnership will strengthen the International Road Transport System for all stakeholders.
The International Road Transport System ensures security during movement of goods. With that, stakeholders will be able to enable seamless maritime movement of goods under import, transit, and export customs regulations using Khalifa Port. Khalifa Port is Abu Dhabi’s deepwater port built to accommodate large ships.
Ahmed Al Mutawa, CEO of ADAC, said: “At Abu Dhabi Terminals, we are always striving to stay ahead of the curve, and partnering with ACTUAE is a step in this direction. The demand for our services and maritime traffic has grown significantly in ADT over the past years. We are doubling our capacity by the end of 2020, and our station will be connected to the Union Railway in the future. Therefore, as traffic increases and our interior expands beyond UAE borders, it is essential that ADT promote tools and products that not only improve the ease of doing business for our customers but provide a seamless transaction experience.”
The International Road Transport System is operating in all the seven UAE emirates, media reports said. It is certified by the customs authorities.