Start operations without having to worry about building the infrastructure to support it, and expect the convenience of 'plug and play'.
The internal road network and connections within the zone are ready-built with primary and secondary networks providing direct access to and from Khalifa Port, and connecting to the main highway.
Utility corridors are designed across the zone to provide power, potable water, telecom, sewerage services and special utilities such as industrial water and feedstock, that may be critical to your industry.
The Zone's infrastructure is also designed and built to facilitate future rail connectivity through dedicated rail corridors, integrating rail freight facilities into your operating plans.
KIZAD's multiple industrial clusters make it possible to allocate land by grouping certain industries and service providers together based on how best they can benefit one another. This way, value is created by leveraging anchor tenants and facilitating synergies and operational efficiencies.
It is a circle of value creation; products being produced by one investor can be taken up by others within the zone.
This gathering of collective expertise also creates a business environment that fosters research and growth and the development of skills and talent.
At KIZAD, we strive to design innovative solutions that offer your business a significant advantage.
Hot Metal Road: A specially constructed roadway that enables cost-effective and energy-efficient transport and delivery of molten aluminium.
Modular Path: An eight-lane highway designed to enable large plant and equipment to be transported directly between Khalifa Port and the investors' facilities.
Sea Water Cooling System: Specifically built to support heavy industries such as our anchor tenant EMAL (Emirates Aluminium); this system ensures that water returning to the sea is cooled down and brings no harm to marine life.
KIZAD's future service offerings will include housing facilities within a 10 minute drive from KIZAD Area A.
Currently under design – and conforming to international standards outlined by Abu Dhabi's labour rules and regulations – the accommodation will cater to four tiers of operative staff: labourers, semi-skilled, skilled workforce and supervisors.