Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ) extends economic cooperation between the UAE and Israel by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Manufacturers’ Association of Israel (MAI).
Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ) has taken a significant step towards expanding economic cooperation between the UAE and Israel by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Manufacturers’ Association of Israel (MAI). The agreement was signed by Chief Government and Corporate Relations Officer of RAKEZ, Yaser Abdulla Al Ahmed, and Deputy CEO of MAI, Adv. Hagai Edri.
RAKEZ Group CEO, Ramy Jallad, said, “It is important that we take steps towards enhancing the level of cooperation between the UAE and Israel through economic exchange. We believe that our partnership with the Manufacturers’ Association of Israel will create new gateways for industrial players in both countries to expand their regional footprints.”
Edri, said, “This partnership is an important step towards providing meaningful industrial cooperation opportunities for our members in the UAE. We see RAKEZ as a potential strategic partner that will allow Israeli industries to expand to other markets while maintaining their main industrial activity in Israel in a way that will benefit both organisations, their members and their respective economies.”
Under this partnership, RAKEZ and MAI will work together to create investment and expansion opportunities for industrial companies in UAE and Israel. The goal is to boost industrial activities and support business communities in both countries, which will strengthen their economic ties. For this, the two organisations will be welcoming business delegations and hosting B2B events such as seminars and workshops to keep industrialists updated and provide them with networking opportunities.
MAI is a century-old umbrella organisation for industrialists in Israel, particularly in sectors such as high-tech, textiles, fashion, chemical, pharmaceuticals, environment, food, metal, electrical, infrastructure, and consumer products. Currently, the organisation supports 1,800 members which are responsible for over 90% of the total industrial output in Israel.