Sun 19-02-2017 22:08 PM
DUBAI, 19th February, 2017 (WAM) -- Dubai Customs signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Union Co-op, one of the largest consumer co-operatives in the UAE, as part of its efforts to support the message and blessed goals of the Year of Giving.
The agreement was signed by Ahmed Obeid Al Falasi, Executive Director of Human Resources, Finance and Administration at Dubai Customs, and Harbi Mohammed bin Thani, Operations Director Manager at Union Co-op, in the presence of Khalil Saqer, Director of the Corporate Communication Department; Yousef Ozair, Director of IPR Department at Dubai Customs; Suhail Al Bastaki, Director of Happiness and Marketing, and Huda Salim, Manager of Communication and Social Service at Union Co-op.
Al Falasi commended the role of the Union Co-op in providing quality commodities at affordable prices.
The agreement will see Union Co-op print the logos of Dubai Customs campaigns on its bio friendly plastic bags, and distribute booklets and brochures at its outlets to raise public awareness about Dubai Customs campaigns and strategic activities.
"This agreement is a continuation of a long-term strategic partnership between us. Such MoUs promotes purposeful partnerships and encourage collective work towards the welfare of society," Al Falasi commented.
Harbi Mohammed bin Thani then highlighted the important role of Dubai Customs in protecting society from counterfeit items.
"By signing this agreement, we want to shed more light on Dubai Customs’ remarkable role in sustaining security and supporting the national economy," he said.
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