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EMIRATES ALUMINIUM (EMAL), a joint venture between Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Development Company and Dubai Aluminium (Dubal), has so far committed US$3.6 billion in investment by awarding 326 contracts for its smelter.
PROCESS SYSTEMS ENTERPRISE (PSE), providers of the gPROMS® advanced process modelling system and related services to the process industries, and Hyperion Systems Engineering, the leading independent simulation solutions supplier, today announced the appointment of Hyperion as agent for PSE’s technology and Model-Based Engineering (MBE) services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Under the agreement, Hyperion Systems Engineering Saudi Arabia Ltd will introduce gPROMS and PSE’s Model-Based Engineering services to the Saudi process industry.
COMMTEST INSTRUMENTS LTD., Global leaders in vibration analysis technology, is pleased to announce their decision to hold prices Globally at the 2008 level; setting aside a planned price increase that was to go into effect February 2009. Jack Henderson, Chairman and CEO said; ”Despite ever increasing operating costs and rising component prices, Commtest is committed, now more than ever, to being relentless in our efforts to review our internal costs in order to pass the savings on to our customers. This decision reflects The Revolution’s dedication to the importance of Maintenance and Reliability programs.
District cooling is increasing in importance throughout the GCC, and Palm Utilities has a growth strategy to take advantage of any opportunities.
PDC currently provides district cooling services to a significant number of prestigious mega developments in the UAE, including the Gardens Residential Complex (25,000 TR), Jumeirah Islands (15,000 TR), Discovery Gardens (126,000 TR) and Palm Jumeirah Trunk (126,000 TR). Several developers all over the region are likewise increasingly deploying PDC's cost-efficient and environmentally friendly district cooling solutions.
THE SHARJAH CHAMBER of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has launched a Development Strategy for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Sharjah, The move aims to enhance the role of private sector establishments in national economic growth and sustainable development. The announcement was made during a press conferenceat the Chamber’s building in the presence of SCCI Director General Hussein Mohammed Al Mahmoudi.