customs

  • Dubai Customs celebrates the Emirati Children’s Day

    In conjunction with the Emirati Children’s Day, which is celebrated annually on 15th March 2019, Dubai Customs organized, on Thursday, a number of events that targeted the children of its Nursery and Childcare Center, the parents and the employees.

  • Dubai Customs concludes 24th edition of Carpet & Art Oasis 2019

    Dubai Customs concluded the 24th edition of its Carpet & Art Oasis 2019, which ran this year under the theme “Mix of art and innovation”. The exhibition was organized on the City Walk, one of Dubai’s vibrant places, and it drew 63,000 visitors over 26 days. A total of 15 local exhibitors, specialized in rug and carpet trade, participated in the event which occupied 3,100m2 and featured more than 15,000 exquisite and rare carpets.

  • Dubai Customs deals with 15,000 dhows in Dubai Creek in 2018

    Dubai Customs always provides support to the maritime sector towards a more diversified economy in line with the Dubai Plan 2021. This helps in facilitating trade in different ports including Dubai Creek, which may not be the city’s most important trading port anymore but it will always be a very important route of trade for dhows at the heart of Dubai. During his visit to the Coastal Customs Centers Management, Director of Dubai Customs Ahmed Mahboob Musabih highlighted the very important role Dubai Creek plays in the city’s diversified trade and is still shaping the very soul of Dubai, now running freely through the veins of the city, keeping alive its vibrant heartbeat, linking the sea back to the sea.

  • Dubai Customs empowers youth at UAE Career Fair 2019

    “Empowering national youth is our goal” is the logo and vision that embedded Dubai Customs’ efforts in recruiting and attracting Emirati university graduates to work with them. With this logo Dubai Customs is taking part in the UAE Career Fair 2019 with more focus on the people of determination (special needs) segment. A total of 60 vacancies will be dedicated for the people of determination.

  • Dubai Customs joins Ministry of Climate Change’s Innovation Talks

    Under the sponsorship and presence of His Excellency Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment, Dubai Customs, represented by the Service Innovation Department, joined the Innovation Talks organized by the Ministry.

  • Dubai Customs organizes women’s “Tolerance Parade” in conjunction with International Women’s Day

    Director of Dubai Customs Ahmed Mahboob Musabih and Maj. Gen. Expert Rashid Thani Al Matrooshi, Director General of Dubai Civil Defence participated in the women’s “Tolerance Parade” at Maydan racecourse for a distance of 4 kilometers. The parade was organized by Dubai Customs in conjunction with the International Women’s Day which is celebrated globally on 8th March. More than 500 female employees from 14 government entities took part in procession, in addition to mothers of people of determination (people of special needs). The event, organized by the Women’s Committee at Dubai Customs, comes as part of the series of events that Dubai Customs has in place for the Year of Tolerance.  

  • Dubai Customs receives Abu Dhabi counterpart and showcases best practices

    Within its efforts to enhance cooperation with different government departments, Dubai Customs, represented by Strategy and Corporate Excellence and HR Departments, received a delegation from Abu Dhabi Customs who came to learn about the best practices and experiences implemented in Dubai Customs.

  • Dubai Customs showcases its unique work to participants of UAE Government Leaders Programme

    Dubai Customs touched upon its leading experience in customs field in front of a group of the UAE Government Leaders Programme as part of the program’s “Practices from the Emirates” initiative. The initiative aims to augment the ongoing learning tools for the graduates by helping them learn more about distinctive work of leading national organizations.