DUBAI Industrial City (DI), a member of Tecom Investments, attracted 212 new companies during 2012, marking an increase of 82 per cent in the number of new companies that opted to use the various industrial real estate services and facilities on offer at the city.
What does DIC stand for?
DIC stands for Dubai Industrial City (United Arab Emirates)
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- Downtown Intermodal Center
- Dream in Code (website)
- Driver Improvement Course
- Driver Information Center
- Droit a l'Image Collective (French: Right to Collective Image; intellectual property)
- Drop in Centre
- Drug Information Center (various universities)
- Drunk in Charge
- Drunkards in Combat
- Dubai International Capital Llc
- Dubai Internet City
- Dumas Isolation Cloisons (French: Dumas Isolation Partitions)
- Democratic Indira Congress (Karunakaran)
- Defense Industrial Cooperation Agreement
- Diabetes Informatie Centrum Amsterdam (Dutch: Diabetes Information Center Amsterdam; Netherlands)
- Diagnostic Interview for Children and Adolescents (psychiatry)
- District in Corrective Action (school improvement status)
- Diving Instructor Certification Agency (various locations)
- Dutch Institute for Clinical Auditing (Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Seabrook added the choice of Dubai Industrial City as the location for the new plant draws on its strategic location, midway between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, thus allowing for optimised logistics.
Dubai: Caparol, the largest paint and insulation manufacturer in Germany, inaugurated a new factory in Dubai Industrial City (DIC) with a joint venture with Emr Industries and Investments on Sunday.
The number of registered investors in Dubai Industrial City is now over 450 investors.
Al Habtoor Motors Prestige Division has opened the world's biggest Bentley workshop, in Dubai Industrial City (DIC).
Robert Morrison, general manager of Supreme Foods, said: "Our output from the Dubai Industrial City factory are exported to markets in Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt and Morocco, where we are looking to aggressively expand our footprint.
16 million) headquarters at Dubai Industrial City (DIC).