During a recent meeting, the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and a delegation from Sharjah Police discussed ways to develop a number of special procedures for the used car trade sector, which falls within the jurisdiction of Sharjah Police. The meeting, which was held at the SCCI headquarters, was also attended by representatives from the Used Car Trade Sector Business Group that falls under the umbrella of Sharjah Chamber. The meeting included discussions on a number of proposals that aim to overcome the challenges that may be faced by the sector and comes as part of Sharjah Police’s efforts to support the emirate’s business community, in cooperation with Sharjah Chamber and the Used Car Trade Sector Business Group. The meeting was attended by Ibrahim Rashid Al Jarwan, Director of Economic Relations and Marketing at the SCCI; Yaqoub Yousef Al Qusair, Industrial Affairs Consultant at the SCCI; and Amjad Awad Al Karim, Head of the Working Groups at the SCCI. From the Sharjah Police delegation side, the meeting was also attended by Colonel Ahmed Jassem Al Zaabi, Major Abdallah Salem Al Munthari, Major Abdallah Yusuf Makhlouf, Captain Hamad Musbah Al Taniji, Captain Issa Al Mehairi and Assistant Nabil Saleh, in addition to Majid Al Mualla, head of the control department at Souq Al Haraj. From the Used Car Trade Sector Business Group side, the meeting included the presence of Khaled Omar Mohammed Batarfi, Chairman of the representative committee for the group; Ibrahim Hassan Ibrahim, Vice Chairman of the committee; and Adel Mubarak bin Sumaida, Board Member of the committee. Ibrahim Rashid Al Jarwan, Director of Economic Relations and Marketing at the SCCI, stressed that the chamber is keen to support and develop the used car trade sector, which is in line with the chamber’s vision to act as a strong advocate for the emirate’s business community. He also praised Sharjah Police for their support of the chamber’s efforts, which comes within the framework of the strategic partnership between the two sides that aims to maintain and elevate Sharjah’s economic and social stability. Colonel Ahmed Jassem Al Zaabi stated that the Sharjah Police General Directorate is keen to open the lines of communication with the emirate’s business community through the Sharjah Chamber, and to get familiar with the challenges that are faced by businesspeople and economic institutions in order to find solutions to these challenges. He added that the regular meetings that are organized by the chamber between Sharjah Police and various Sectoral Business Groups have produced positive results and have contributed in raising the level of satisfaction of the business community with Sharjah Police’s services and procedures. Khaled Omar Mohammed Batarfi, Chairman of the representative committee for the Used Car Trade Sector Business Group, praised the support of both Sharjah Chamber and Sharjah Police, and their cooperation in overcoming the challenges that are faced by the used car trade sector. He also stressed the importance of these regular meetings that represent a good opportunity to discuss the proposals and enquiries put forth by traders who work in the sector, which helps in elevating and developing the sector.