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A Delegation From ACCI Visits Kuwait Chamber Of Commerce And Industry

Publish Date : 11/3/2011 12:00:00 AM

A delegation from Ajman Chamber visits the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry . The delegation included Sami Al Jallaf , Director of the Commercial affairs department  , Sheikha Ali AL Nuaimi ,Head of the International relations department , and  khawla Al Muhairi , Head of the Networks Maintenance and Technical support department at Ajman Chamber.

The visit aims to look at the best practices in terms of electronic services and value added services provided to members at the KCCI. In addition to the exchange of expertise , and discuss the prospects for the development of the relations between the two sides.

The delegation was received by His Excellency Rabah Al Rabah  , General Director of Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During the  visit , the delegation toured the commercial relations department , the computer department , the business center and the transaction department at KCCI..

At the end of the visit , the delegation conveyed their gratitude and appreciation to the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the warm reception  and hospitality that was extended to them during their visit.

Sami  Al Jallaf , Director of the Commercial Affairs Department said that it is crucial to carry out such visits to look at the best practices in the field of electronic services and value added service to members in order to meet the strategic objectives of the chamber ,which seeks to improve the quality of the services provided to the members and the addition of new services.

From her own part , Sheikha Ali Al Nuaimi , Head of International Relations department added that such visits come within the framework of the chamber’s direction to consolidate the relations between the GCC Chambers.

It is worth mentioning that the state of Kuwait is ranked 10th in the top 20 countries that import from Ajman and it is ranked 11th  among the 20 most important countries to re-export  with a total of 122,774,225 AED according to the certificates of origin issued from the chamber.


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