Dubai Maritime City has announced that it has entered an agreement with Dubai Quality Group (DQG) that will allow the latter to maintain maritime quality standards as the sector undergoes rapid growth.
Commenting after the signing of the new agreement, Ali Al Daboos, chief operating officer of Dubai Maritime City, said that DQG's extensive experience in the industry would serve as an energising complement to the group's own operations.
"Dubai Maritime City's quest for excellence is a continuing process and this time we are pleased to have the support of Dubai Quality Group as we assert our presence in the global maritime industry," the group said.
In other sector news that may be of interest to those looking to invest in waterside property for sale in Dubai, the Road and Transport Authority has announced that it has completed the Marinas Project at both ends of the Floating Bridge.
The scheme will improve police patrols in the area and include the deployment of 24 recovery teams.