Three Quays plans to open new office at Dubai Maritime City

DUBAI — As part of its ongoing expansion plan, the UAE-based Three Quays International yacht and marine technical services consultancy, has recently announced its plans to open a regional office in Dubai Maritime City, the world's most comprehensive maritime complex located on a 216-hectare man-made peninsula between Port Rashid and the Dubai Dry Docks, and surrounded by the waters of the Arabian Gulf.

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Published: Thu 21 Jul 2005, 10:28 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:43 PM

The move which is reflective of Dubai's growing reputation as an international maritime hub also highlights the company's commitment to providing its customers with the highest quality of service and to increase its operations and expand its market share.

As a member of the Burness Corlett Three Quays group, Three Quays International provides technical and commercial project management, naval architecture, marine engineering and marine electrical consultancy to the commercial maritime sector, offshore and luxury yacht industries.

"As the leading one-stop commercial and technical maritime services consultancy in the UAE, we strongly believe that Dubai Maritime City provides the perfect platform to help us grow our business. This is a significant move for us as it is in keeping with our expansion plans and will help enhance our market share," said Maurice Peacock, general manager of Three Quays International.

"The appropriate positioning of Dubai Maritime City as the maritime hub of the east and west is one of the key factors responsible for our move. The hub will create a global shipping centre in line with Singapore, Hong Kong, US and other European centres that will be vital to our business," he added. "By offering world-class infrastructure, services and regulations, we will create a unique specialised environment,'' said Amer Ali of Dubai Maritime City.



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