Wednesday 4 May 2022
Container charter company Seaco has shifted its Middle East regional office from Mumbai to Dubai as the UAE freight and logistics market has been growing steadily due to the e-commerce boost stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift in consumer online shopping.
The Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030 aims to make Dubai the preferred manufacturing platform for industries based on knowledge, innovation, and sustainability. This strategy has identified six sub-sectors based on their future growth prospects, export potential, and medium- and long-term economic impact – aerospace, aluminum and fabricated metals, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment, food and beverage, machinery, and equipment. Seaco aims to ensure it has expertise in the region to serve these sectors.
Seaco provides dry cargo containers, ISO bulk liquid, powder and gas tanks, refrigerated and temperature-controlled units, and cargo containers.