Dubai CommerCity unveils “Logi-Flow” to empower SMEs

Dubai CommerCity unveils “Logi-Flow” to empower SMEs

Dubai CommerCity, the first and leading free zone dedicated exclusively to digital commerce has announced the launch of “Logi-Flow”, a move towards integrating blockchain technology with the logistics operations of small and medium-sized companies. This integration aims to lower costs for these companies while enhancing the overall flexibility and efficiency of their logistics, particularly in digital trade. 

Logi-Flow, a secure and measurable system, relies on a pay-as-you-go approach tied to transaction volume. It offers round-the-clock support without incurring IT service and maintenance costs, ensuring transparency throughout the entire order process, from creation to delivery. 

Abdulrahman Shaheen, Senior Vice President for Property Management and Supply Chain said  “This step addresses challenges that companies might face across various stages of e-commerce operations, particularly during the initial setup. These challenges involve the costs of establishing a proprietary “block chain” platform, coupled with ongoing operational expenses due to continuous system operations. This can influence returns based on transaction volume. Additionally, the availability of specialized technological expertise in the market also plays a crucial role.” 

“This platform will significantly contribute to the progress and expansion of the digital commerce sector in the upcoming phase. This is especially significant considering the projection that e-commerce retail sales in the UAE will account for 12.6% of total retail sales by 2026.” He added. 

It is notable that Dubai CommerCity operates under the Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority, established in 2021 to provide support and enable operations in various free zones, including the Dubai Airport Free Zone, Dubai Silicon Oasis, and Dubai CommerCity. Its primary goal is to achieve integration among all economic zones and bolster their roles in supporting the economy. The ultimate objective is to establish an economic system that caters to all strategic sectors and enhances competitive capabilities within the Emirate of Dubai. 

Spanning 2.1 million square feet and developed at a cost of AED 3.2 billion, Dubai CommerCity aims to assist new and existing digital trade enterprises across the MEASA region. It provides modern offices, advanced warehouses, and last-mile delivery services. With its high-quality infrastructure, the free zone offers adaptable office spaces and scalable centers, presenting a range of options for businesses operating in digital commerce.

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