Dubai Trade offers “Rosoom” e-payment solution to Trakhees


Trakhees customers no longer need to visit company headquarters for payment transactions

During the signing between Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade and Arif Obaid Al Dehail, CEO of Trakhees.
During the signing between Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade and Arif Obaid Al Dehail, CEO of Trakhees.

Dubai, UAE: As a leading provider of smart solutions and e-Services in the UAE, Dubai Trade, the single window for cross-border trade and smart trading solutions, has announced the integration of the online services of Trakhees, the Department of Planning & Development and part of Ports, Customs & Free Zone Cooperation (PCFC), and Dubai Trade’s secured e-payment gateway, “Rosoom”. Trakhees joins other major organizations that use “Rosoom” such as DP World, Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), National Industries Park, Nakheel and Imdaad.

Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade, said:  “We are delighted to strengthen our collaboration with Trakhees, which offers commercial licensing, environmental, health and safety and civil engineering services. This will help us develop “Rosoom” by opening doors to new markets and businesses and making it one of the best e-payment gateways for smart trading in the UAE. “Rosoom” has seen more than 7 million payment transactions earning over 5 billion UAE Dirhams since it was launched in 2008.”

Al Bastaki added: “Trakhees provides its services to a broad base of customers, ranging from small and medium enterprises to retailers and large companies generating more awareness of smart services and encouraging higher rates of adoption.”

Arif Obaid Al Dehail, CEO of Trakhees, said: “Our partnership with Dubai Trade is in line with our strategy to provide our clients with electronic and smart services that save time and effort. This step is a turning point in the way we can cater for our customers with all transactions available electronically and supports our direction toward smart transformation, enhancing Dubai’s mission to be the smartest city globally. With “Rosoom” our clients can complete their transactions at their own convenience, anywhere, anytime. This will allow them to focus more on their business needs rather than the routine procedures involved with payment transactions.”

Al Dehail, added: “We chose “Rosoom” for the various features it has, including  the variety of payment options through major credit cards, direct debit by linking to online internet banking portals of major banks and pre-payment tools such as the e-dirham so that our customers can easily process their payment transactions. The service also offers the highest levels of safety, security and protection and has not seen any scams or identity theft since launched.

“Rosoom” also supports mobile payment transactions, making it an ideal platform to provide Trakhees’ services via smart applications. It offers live and real-time payment reporting, allowing both customers and Trakhees finance department to communicate more effectively on payments and financial transactions. “Rosoom” is currently integrated with seven banks including Emirates NBD, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, First Gulf Bank, Dubai Islamic Bank, Habib Bank AG Zurich and Emirates Islamic Bank.

The programming interface for “Rosoom” enables it to be integrated seamlessly with any e-Service allowing easy upgrades and enhancements and making it the ideal and preferred e-payment solution.

About Dubai Trade:

Dubai Trade is the premier trade facilitation entity that offers integrated electronic services from various trade and logistics service providers in Dubai under a single window. It underlines Dubai’s position as the ideal base for trading across borders with its unique geographical location, excellent infrastructure and seamless processes across the private sector and government agencies. Dubai Trade Portal ( offers a remarkably seamless business flow and has proven to be cost effective for clients using it as the single window which integrates the online services of DP World, Economic Zones World, and Dubai Customs.

About Trakhees:

PCFC – Trakhees the implementation of its business, with respect to supervising the infrastructure, providing it with public services, as well as imposing, defining and collecting fees of such services in special development zones.This Decree stipulated and stated that services of “Trakhees” shall include lands, complexes and areas owned by Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, Dubai World or entities and subsidiaries of any of them in Dubai or those located within the scope of their jurisdiction and authority, in areas defined by Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, or areas identified under a legislation issued by the Ruler of Dubai, including, but not limited to, Nakheel, Limitless, Dubai Maritime City, Investment, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC).