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MISCO?s upcoming facility in Phase Seven of the Sohar Industrial Estate in Oman is expected to produce 1.2mn tonnes of steel billets per annum. (Image source: Michael Pereckas/Flickr)

The UAE?s Moon Iron and Steel Company (MISCO) has announced that its billet manufacturing and rebars production facility in Oman is expected to become operational in 2015

Al Ghurair Group also has plans to set up a new aluminium extrusion plant in Abu Dhabi by 2015. (Image source: s2art/Flickr)

Al Ghurair Group has opened up a new aluminium fabrication plant in Jebel Ali, Dubai, which will initially supply sun roof tops for automobile manufacturers such as Land Rover, Nissan and Hyundai

Egyptian Steel?s production capacity is expected to reach two million metric tonnes by 2017. (Image source: JWPhotoWerks/Flickr)

Manufacturer Egyptian Steel has announced that it has planned for an initial public offering (IPO) in 2015 and expects to float up to 30 per cent of its shares in the local stock market

Tri-Star Resources will own a 40 per cent stake in the antimony metals roasting and processing facility. (Image source: Tri-Star Resources)

UK-based Tri-Star Resources has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Oman Investment Fund (OIF) and Dubai?s Castell Investments for the establishment of a US$60mn antimony metals roasting and manufacturing facility in Freezone Sohar, Oman

In 2012, fertiliser production capacity of the six GCC nations was about 31.4mn tonnes. (Image source: Wikimedia commons)

The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) has estimated that the GCC fertiliser industry?s production capacity will increase by 47 per cent from 2012 levels to 46.6mn tonnes by 2018

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