Sharjah Police, Emirates Auction To Launch Public Auction On A New Package Of Distinguished Vehicle Number Plates
Sharjah Police Headquarters said that it will launch, in cooperation with Emirates Auction - the leading company in the field of management and organization of public and online auctions in the Middle East, a public auction on a new package of distinguished vehicle number plates.
The auction will be held at 4 pm, on November 16, at Al Jawaher Reception and Convention Centre.
50 private vehicle plates with distinctive numbers are available for bidding, all of which are category 3, including one-digit vehicle number plate, 4 two-digit vehicle number plates, 16 three-digit vehicle number plates, 16 four-digit vehicle number plates, and 13 five-digit vehicle number plates.
Among the most prominent vehicle number plates is number “9” as this is the only one-digit number plate available for bidding.
While the other distinguished vehicle number plates featured in this auction are; (16), (88), (25), (444), (343), (6000), (1111), (6666), in addition to several number plates that may refer to favored dates or numbers for a large number of those interested in acquiring vehicle number plates of a particular significance.
Responding to Citizens and Residents’ Wishes
His Excellency Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, said: “This online auction comes in response to the wishes of a large number of citizens and residents inside and outside the Emirate of Sharjah who are looking to acquire distinguished vehicle number plates.”
“Principles of transparency and equal opportunities are our goals at Sharjah Police and we are striving to instill these principles in all of our duties and services for community members.” Added Al Shamsi.
He went on saying: “Sharjah Police has spared no effort in providing the best innovative services to keep abreast with development and leadership. This comes as part of Sharjah Police’s strategic objectives in terms of providing the highest levels of quality and keeping pace with the best practices, developments, and international experiences in providing services to the public.”
Concluding his remarks, Al Shamsi lauded Sharjah Police partnership with Emirates Auction and its remarkable success in organizing professional and transparent auctions.
Attracting a Considerable Number of Bidders
For his part, HE Abdullah Matar Al Mannai, Chairman and Managing Director of Emirates Auction, said: “Sharjah Police has once again given the chance for those interested in acquiring unique vehicle number plates to join the auction managed by the “Emirates Auction” as part of the robust strategic partnership between both sides.”
“We are expecting that this auction will attract a considerable number of those wishing to secure distinguished number plates for their vehicles. Not only that, but we also expect that the one-digit number plate (9) will set a new record in the sale value,” added Al Mannai.
Concluding his remarks, Al Mannai said that I hope all participants enjoy the auction and its accompanying atmosphere, urging the public and the interested to take part in the public auction to bring more fun and excitement to the event.”
All numbers displayed in the auction can be viewed through the company's website www. EmiratesAuction.com or by downloading the free Emirates Auction app from Apple Store or Google Play.
Bidders, who are entitled to have an unspecified number of vehicle number plates, must deposit an insurance check upon registration and they are required to come well in advance of the auction commencement.