Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) was established in 2006 by Amiri Decree to own, operate, and develop ports and industrial zones in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad) is ADPC’s flagship project which consists of a world class offshore port and integrated industrial zone.
The detailed master planning of Area A and conceptual master plan of area B are ready. Construction of the primary infrastructure is ongoing and is due for completion in 2012.
Yes, Emirates Aluminum (EMAL) is based at Kizad and it has been ramping up production since Jan 2010. Other anchor customers are in negotiation with ADPC at present.
You can express your interest by completing the Industrial Project Application or Logistics Project Application forms on our website. ADPC’s Business Development Team will contact you to process your application.
• Trade License • Chamber of Commerce Membership • Financial Statement of last year • Layout of the intended facility • Production Process Flowchart
Yes, there is a 5000 AED nonrefundable SAR processing fee the client pays at the time of applying in order to start the reviewing process.
Yes, you can apply for more than one allocation of land for separate projects/activities but you will have to complete and submit a separate application for each project.
Between, November and March the average temperature in the day is 26°C, while at night the average is 15°C. Between April and October the average temperature rises to 39°C in the day and 25°C at night. However the humidity rises noticeably peaking at 87% in August/September. Average rainfall is low at less than 6.5 centimeters annually more than half of which occurs in December and January. For more climatic information visit:
Though it is not mandatory, it is encouraged.
Workforce accommodation is part of the Kizad master plan and ADPC will have the first right to offer these services for occupants of Kizad provided that they are in line with market standards and rates.