Business setup Sharjah Free zone
Sharjah Free Zones
Hamriya Free Zone was founded in 1995 with 24 Sq. Km. in size and having 14 meter deep port & 7 meter deep inner harbor. Its lures investors on the basis of 1.5 billion consumers of MENA region and Sharjah is the only one emirate, which is having ports on the Arabian Gulf’s west coast and east coast with direct access to the Indian Ocean.
The onsite staff residential plan is also available for investors, electricity and water with banking facility is available.
The industrial plots range in size from 2,500 sq. m. and upwards in multiples of 2,500 sq. m. Up to 60% of these plots can be developed to suit investor's exact requirements and for rent the annual land rate starts from Dhs 25 per sq. m. Sharjah Airport International Free Zone
SAIF Zone is the first founded Airport industrial free trade zone in UAE that also has easy access to Gulf of Oman (Port Khor Fakkan) and Arabian Gulf (Port Khalid). SAIF Zone is built adjacent to the Sharjah International Airport which has already reputation of cargo hub. SAIF Zone services over 2,900 companies from 91 countries.
Highly developed infrastructure and extremely attractive incentives makes it dreams come true for the investors
Sharjah offers cost-effective living and world class educational options for the SAIF-Zone investor. A multinational education system at all levels is available to ensure all educational requirements for families are met. Shams Media City Free Zone
SMCFZ was launched in the year 2017 itself with a goal to gain benchmark position nationally, regionally and internationally in serving of media and creativity. Shams community has provided an ambience to contemplate on innovation, to live and implement. Shams eye, the well established companies to SME’s, so both can get nurtured from the contributions of young think tanks under patronage of veterans.
A Shams limited liability company (LLC) is an independent entity whereby the company structure separates the owners and shareholders from the company. Hence the liabilities of the company whether arising in contract or otherwise, are the company’s liabilities and not the personal liabilities of the shareholders. Equally the company’s assets are the company’s asset and not the personal assets of the shareholders. A Shams branch is an entity belonging to an existing parent company. All profits, benefits, gains and other returns of the branch shall be profits, benefits, gains and other returns of the parent company. Equally, all costs, expenses, debts and other liabilities of the branch are costs, expenses, debts and other liabilities of the parent company.