UAE launches quality mark for local products

DUBAI: The UAE government has launched Made in the Emirates, a new quality mark for Emirati-produced products.

The label will signify that the item meets national quality and safety standards, boosting its competitiveness in foreign markets, the Emirates News Agency reported on Wednesday.

Saba Sanabel flour, made by Sharjah Agricultural and Livestock Production Establishment, was the first to bear the Made in the Emirates label.

The mark has also been issued to Yas Electronic Systems for traffic management technologies, Euro Pack Industries for biodegradable plastics, and Rubber Plas Tech LLC for food contact materials.

The new quality mark is in line with the UAE’s strategy for industry and advanced technology, which aims to support the growth of national industries while enhancing the reputation of the country’s industrial products and increasing exports to global markets.

Companies can apply for a license to use the Made in the Emirates mark directly through the website of the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology.

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