Free Zone Company Formation
Doing business in UAE has never been this appealing with the wide range of free zones to choose from. Free zones offer a vibrant, dynamic working environment and encourage foreign investment by providing 100 percent company ownership for all nationalities. Starting an enterprise in UAE free zone is easy as it requires minimum paperwork and time.
The business-accommodating laws, easier labour and immigration procedures and tax structures make these free zones the most sought-after business locations in UAE.
Business Setup in UAE Free Zones comes with numerous advantages such as exemption from personal taxes as well as import and export taxes, 100% repatriation of revenue and profits and 100% repatriation of capital and profits.
Business setup in UAE Free Zones
UAE is home to over 50 free zones, and one has the advantage of choosing the best location that meets specific business requirements of clients. Thousands of companies from diverse sectors that include major multinationals and start-ups have established their base in UAE free zones.
License is mandatory while setting up a company in UAE free zones and the type of license will depend on the business requirements.
HLB HAMT assists clients in finding an excellent location, securing trade license and sorting out all legal procedures. We offer company incorporation services in the following free zones
Major Free zones in UAE
Jebel Ali Industrial Zone – JAFZA
Jafza is one of the most service driven and customer oriented free zones that offer a vibrant, dynamic working
Dubai Multi Commodities Centre
Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, situated in the heart of new Dubai, is the largest and fastest-growing free zone in the UAE.
Dubai Airport Free Zone-DAFZA
Dubai Airport Free Zone(DAFZA) is one of the fastest-growing free zones in UAE, contributing 4.7 percent of Dubai’s GDP.
Abu Dhabi Airport Free Zone
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), the owner and operator of Abu Dhabi International Airport is set to establish a logistics
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