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Swiss Watch launches new warehouse in Dubai South

The distributor of luxury goods has inaugurated a 10,000sqm complex that facilitates the company’s warehousing and logistics requirements

The 10,000m2 complex facilitates the company’s warehousing and logistics requirements.
The 10,000m2 complex facilitates the company’s warehousing and logistics requirements.

UAE-based distributor of jewelry, leather goods, and eyewear, Swiss Watch Group, inaugurated a new logistics facility at Dubai South.

The 10,000m2 complex facilitates the company’s warehousing and logistics requirements.

Khalifa Al Zaffin, executive chairman of Dubai Aviation City Corporation and Dubai South inaugurated the facility which is located in the logistics district of Dubai South.

Pishu Chainani, president of Swiss Watch Group, said: “The Swiss Watch Group is delighted to mark its presence at the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis.

“This custom-built facility is the cornerstone of our logistics operations that will help the group work as an integrated hub, seamlessly taking care of imports, warehousing exports and catering to the retail requirements of the GCC and wider Middle East and North Africa region.”

Al Zaffin said: “Dubai South is integral to maintaining the emirate’s position among the world’s leading centers for trade, transportation, and investment, it also serves to boost Dubai’s status as the aviation capital of the world.

“With the airport and the neighboring Jebel Ali Port, we have created new standards of seamless connectivity, offering sea to air cargo transfer in a mere four hours.

“A multi-modal futuristic platform, the Logistics District offers companies, such as the Swiss Watch Group, whom we are happy to partner with, the perfect environment to grow their business, plug into the global value chain and leverage the time and cost efficiencies that Dubai South’s strategic location offers.”  

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