Dubai Industrial City is Dubai’s dedicated industrial hub, leading in providing manufacturing and logistical services and solutions for Dubai and the region.

Dubai Industrial City (previously known as Dubai Industrial Park), was established in 2004 by Dubai Holding company, TECOM Group, to accelerate the country’s industrial development, and position the UAE as a global logistics and manufacturing hub.  It offers a world-class infrastructure alongside a comprehensive range of efficient and cost-competitive services.

Dubai Industrial City's strategic location makes it the ideal place to cater to various sectors including food and beverage, transport equipment and parts, machinery and mechanical equipment, logistics, chemicals, mineral products and base metals.

A Catalyst for Industrial Growth

In line with the Government’s vision for economic diversification, Dubai Industrial City emerged as a top destination among investors keen to contribute to this strategy, and has surpassed expectations in serving as a catalyst for growth and expansion of the industrial sector.

The infrastructure is designed to enable operational synergies through the co-location of similar industries, and provides industrial land for self-build, pre-built warehouses for logistics and light industrial use.

Dubai Industrial City is currently home to over 700 companies. Among the big names that currently operate out of Dubai Industrial City include Barakat Quality Plus, a leading manufacturer of food products, dairy giant Al Maraai, BCI Group for Halal Cosmetics, Cedars Paper Industries LLC, Juma Al Majid Group, Al Rostamani, Al Futtaim, TransMID, and Future Pipe Industries. 

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