As part of their strategic partnership, Dubai Customs received a delegation from Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry who presented one of the projects they are currently working on in line with Dubai 10X. The proposed project aims to make Dubai a world pioneer in establishing a paperless and transparent global platform for exchange of trade information through Blockchain technology in cooperation with world tech firms such as IBM.
The project entails strategic collaboration with major stakeholders in the trade and logistics supply chain including Dubai Customs and DP World. Legal and procedural challenges pertaining to the implementation of the project were raised by Dubai Customs members during the meeting.
Attending the meeting from the part of Dubai Chamber were Khalid Haddad, director of Strategy and Organizational Development; Muna Al Awadi, IT operations executive, and Amira Al Haddad, senior business analyst.
From Dubai Customs, Juma Al Ghaith, executive director for Customs Development, Younis Othman, IT director, as well as representatives DUTECH, Strategy and Corporate Excellence, IT and Project Delivery departments were present in the meeting.
The meeting was coordinated by DC Strategy and Corporate Excellence function as part of its efforts to oversee and raise awareness of the PCFC 10X initiatives.