Yiwu market UAE- An ideal hub for affordable Chinese products opens in Dubai
Onshore & Offshore trade made simple
As the first smart free zone market in the Middle East, it will cater to the retail and wholesale industries.
DP World and the China Commodity City Group, which manages the world’s largest wholesale market in China, partnered to build Yiwu market in Dubai
The first phase of Dubai Traders Market is Yiwu Market.
Spanning 200,000 sqm, Yiwu Market is divided into two purpose- built sections. The first section will have 1,600 showrooms, acting as a shopping mall or trading area. Parallel to the showrooms, the second section will comprise 324 bonded warehouses. Each of the bonded warehouses will have a dedicated
loading dock, providing complete logistical support for seamless movement of goods. Construction of Yiwu Market will be completed by the end of 2021. Yiwu Market will be set to enable local and global supply chains for wholesale and retail trade, online or offline.
The market comprises 324 warehouses spread across two floors. The warehouses are located right behind the showrooms, enabling the easy supply of products to the showrooms, thus eliminating the impact of low-stock-delays on outbound trade. Additionally, each warehouse has a dedicated loading dock, providing complete logistical support for the seamless movement of goods.
Abdulla Bin Damithan, CEO & Managing Director, DP World UAE & Jafza, said: “As part of a nation that is regarded as a leading global trade hub, the responsibility is on us to ensure that we make the best out of our strategic advantages and elevate its status to greater heights. Our innovative initiatives, and advanced trade and logistics solutions have successfully cemented Jafza as an ideal destination for traders and businesses.”
YIWU Market – Dubai Traders Market Details
Where is the venue of YIWU Market – Dubai Traders Market?
Jafza – E77 –
United Arab Emirates
Yiwu Market Sales Center
Main Hall, 4th Floor
Jafza One Convention Center
Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, UAE
800 211 | firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the timings of YIWU – Dubai Traders Market?
- Friday: 10am–11pm
- Saturday: 10am–11pm
- Sunday: 10am–10pm
- Monday: 10am–10pm
- Tuesday: 10am–10pm
- Wednesday: 10am–10pm
- Thursday: 10am–10pm
What is the timings of shuttle bus service to Dubai Traders Market?
They are providing shuttle busses to and fro
Free shuttle bus service from EXPO Metro Station 2 to Yiwu Market.
Timings: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Bus parking locations at Yiwu Market: outside Entrance E and A
For the EXPO City parking please use the link below. https://goo.gl/maps/nrj2APuGrbj6j3PdA
Which is the nearest metro station to YIWU Market – Dubai Traders Market?
The nearest metro station is EXPO 2020 which is right opposite to YIWU market.
When was the Official Opening of Dubai Traders Market?
Official Opening: 28th June 2022
What all are the sections that included at Dubai Traders Market?
Yiwu Market UAE is categorically divided into sections that include: –
- Tools & Hardware
- Kitchen & Bath
- Electronics & Appliances
- Home & Office Supplies
- Beauty & Accessories
Leverage the exclusive Dubai network and preferential free zone benefits to increase your global trade footprint.
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