The MoU was signed by Mr. Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Executive Director of Client Management Division at Dubai Customs and Mr. Ahmed Hashem Bahrozyan, CEO Licensing Agency at RTA in the presence of a number of managers and official personnel from both sides.
Mr. Musabih stated that signing the MoU aims at exchanging data and information online with regards to the Vehicles’ Identity Number (VIN) and the machines being imported into the UAE to ensure accuracy and precision of the data and put an end to the hazards related to the vehicles industry in general. It also seeks to facilitate exchange of data and information about the registered vehicles in Dubai or those not registered for some technical reasons, re-exported vehicles overseas or transferred for registration in another emirate.
Mr. Musabih said as well that the MoU comes in place to execute the operational modus operandi and the hi-tech international best-practice systems to foster the principles of electronic government, establish business systems, distinctive procedures in line with best practices and implement them on both ends in order to further develop business capacities and enhance security aspects.
He further noted that the MoU reflects the integration and the fruitful efforts of mutual partnership on achieving the vision of Dubai Government in positioning itself as a leading regional hub for finance, business and tourism besides increasing client satisfaction and mutual benefits through shaping the framework and guidelines of the partnership relations between the two bodies so as to ensure continuity of the joint communication and interaction attaining mutual interests, which enhances the interests of all respective parties.
Mr. Ahmed Hashim Bahrozyan, CEO of RTA Licensing Agency said that the MoU is expected to achieve objectives for both parties and widen horizons of cooperation through new and innovative ideas that will serve clients in the first place and promote rendered services.
He explained that Licensing Agency and Dubai Customs will activate electronic integrations regarding vehicle customs documents and will facilitate the process of registering new vehicles. Online registration of vehicles will make it easier for Authority’s staff to enter vehicle’s data; thus avoiding mistakes that might take place in traditional paper registration.
Bahrozyan said that the new agreement between the two parties is significant in strengthening strategic relationships with Dubai Customs and will lead to deeper partnership and cooperation.
The MoU entails supporting the partnership efforts, which help achieve Dubai’s vision in accordance with each side’s field of specialty. It also opts to revive the joint work in order to improve the processes performance, simplify procedures, develop the services, exchange routinely visits, anchor the platform for sharing knowledge, expertise and corporate experiences and studies related to each side’s specialty and business domain.
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