Sharjah Airport International Free Zone Authority
Welcome to the freedom of doing business your way.
Sharjah Airport International Free Zone, well known as the SAIF ZONE, was set up in 1995 and is the premier business destination situated in the Emirate of Sharjah the ‘industrial powerhouse’ of the UAE with a modern infrastructure and an emphasis on cost effectiveness. The SAIF ZONE today has over 6100 companies operating out of it from 185 countries, carrying out varied business activities like light to medium manufacturing, trading and providing services such as IT, consultancy, etc.
Why SAIF ZONE? The answer lies in the array of benefits, incentives and world-class infrastructure SAIF ZONE has to offer to businesses. The SAIF ZONE offers modern premises with state of the art facilities, including air-conditioned and fully furnished Offices, SAIF Plus facility, pre built Warehouses in 4 different sizes that come with office space (Sizes available in – 1,345 Sqft/ 2,690 Sqft/ 4,304 Sqft/ 6,456 Sqft), temporary storage space, land for unrestricted development, Labour accommodation other facilities include the benefit of Banks, Exchange house, Travel agencies, Car rental services, Supermarkets, and Restaurants.
A competitive fee structure, inexpensive energy costs, and sponsorship and visas for expatriate staff are just some of the advantages. Free from bureaucratic red tape, the registration process enables licenses to be issued within 24 hours. The other benefits our investors enjoy are 100% foreign ownership, 100% repatriation of capital and profits, 100% exemption from income and corporate taxes, on site labour accommodation.
Sharjah and its business community benefit by being the only Emirate in the UAE with seaports on both the Arabian Gulf (Port Khalid) and the Indian Ocean (Port Khor Fakkan). Combined with the facilities at Sharjah International Airport, this location provides the SAIF ZONE a unique logistical advantage via superb Land, Sea and Air links.
Encouraged by our growing success over the years, the SAIF ZONE is now embarking on its next phase of expansion to meet the growing demand of its investors wanting to set up operations at the Zone. It is in this context that we today are visiting various countries to offer our services and the opportunity to investors to set-up their businesses at the SAIF ZONE, Sharjah.
The free zone’s “one window” concept provides all administrative services under one roof. Equipped with the state of the art facilities, the SAIF ZONE offers unbeatable trade incentives and unparalleled benefits to its investors making it the “free zone of choice”.
With the assurance of a warm welcome and an opportunity to globalize your business, the SAIF ZONE is at your service.
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