Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman of Dubai’s Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), and Toto Dirgantoro, Chairman of Indonesia National Shippers’ Council signed the agreement.

The agreement was signed as part of a broader collaboration between the UAE and Indonesia to strengthen bilateral relations and create opportunities for private and public entities to improve existing trading routes and develop new ones, increasing the overall size of annual trade in the two countries.

Toto Dirgantoro, Chairman of Indonesia National Shippers’ Council, said: “INSC warmly welcomes and supports the WLP programme. With the collaboration between INSC and WLP, it is hoped that Indonesian exporters can reduce logistics costs and improve the nation’s economy with greater export opportunities globally, especially to the Middle East, South America, Africa, Eastern Europe and others. We are optimistic that the WLP network will have a very positive impact on the Indonesian economy. In the next Asia Shippers Council annual meeting, we will propose to make WLP one of the solutions for reducing logistics costs.”

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