UPS has been operating in the United Arab Emirates since 1995, offering a wide range of Express, Freight and Logistics services to our customers. The UPS Gateway facility at Dubai airport supports regional trade with weekly flights to US, Europe and China.
UPS is committed to streamlining and maximizing the supply chain’s full potential by investing in emerging markets enabling customers to achieve their growth potential. By investing extensively across the Middle East and Africa in the past 2 years, UPS has built a network of over 50 contract logistics facilities which form part of UPS’s reliable global network ready to be tapped into by both local and multi-national companies.
In 2013 UPS expanded to a larger full service contract logistics facility, doubling warehouse capacity. The facility in Dubai is the latest investment to expand UPS’s footprint in the UAE, facilitating trade throughout the region to Europe and Asia and contributing to the UAE’s role as a regional trade hub.
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