Goltens Facility Opens at Dubai Maritime City

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Thursday, May 02, 2013
Photo:Drydocks World

Dubai Maritime City (DMC), the mixed-use development for maritime business, announced the Grand Opening of the new Goltens facility at the City. The ultra-modern facility seeks to support Goltens’ operations worldwide.

Dubai Maritime City project is built over 2.27 million square meters in area and offers a multi-use environment for commercial, industrial, residential and recreational use,. This manmade peninsula is located between Port Rashid and Drydocks World –Dubai and offers Real Estate and Shipyard facilities. The real estate facilities in the Industrial District comprise of ship repair plots, yacht manufacturing workshops, warehouses, industrial workshops, retail shops, showrooms and cafeterias. The marine operational facilities consists of two Ship lifts-one 6000 tons lifting capacity and the other of 3,000 tons with  a total of 42 berths equipped with permanent facilities. The Marine District of DMC primarily consists of real estate plots for development of residential and recreational facilities including marinas.
 

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