RAK Free Zone Business Setup and Company Formation
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone is a world-class business hub currently home to more than 8000 multinational companies from more than 100 countries. Featuring cutting-edge facilities and state-of-the-art infrastructure, it is designed and built to encourage foreign investment and help build a strong and diversified local economy.
Ras Al Khaimah boasts of a strategic location, thanks to Port Saqr, the biggest bulk port in the region and serves as the gateway for northern emirates, as well as for investors based in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Central and South Asia. Furthermore, this special economic zone provides easy and convenient access to an international airport, five major seaports, and extensive highways for fast land travel to other emirates.
Founded in 2000 through an Emiri decree, RAK FTZ is composed of four major free zone parks, namely Business Park, Industrial Park, Technology Park and Academic Zone. Corporate House helps clients determine the ideal area for their RAK free zone company formation based on their economic activity.
Benefits of a RAK free-zone company setup
- 100% foreign ownership
- Tax-free business environment
- Strategic location by air, sea and land
- Wide variety of flexible office spaces and facilities
- Customisable warehouses located near seaports and airports
- Vast space for industrial development
Office space options for RAK free-zone companies
Companies based in RAK FTZ need a registered office space. Ras Al-Khaimah Economic Zones offers an extensive mix of office solutions, such as flex facilities, shell and core offices, and standard and executive offices.
RAK Offshore Company Formation
RAK Offshore was founded to house businesses providing specialised services like asset protection and real estate holding. With more than 1,900 International Business Companies (IBC), RAK Offshore offers businesses absolute privacy and confidentiality, ensuring the identities of IBC owners are kept protected and confidential by law. This stringent privacy control creates a business-friendly environment for individual and corporate investors particularly those who are in financial and non-financial sectors such as tax planning, international trading, and real estate and property investments.