Ducab celebrates DWC cabling work success
Dubai, October 26, 2013
Ducab, one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality cables and wires in the Middle East, said it had played a key role in the construction of Al Maktoum International Airport implementing Dh100 million ($26.2 million) worth of cables and wiring work.
The Dubai firm said the cable and wiring is nearly complete at the airport, which is due to be unveiled on Sundaty (October 27).
Ducab has supplied cabling throughout the five years it has taken to construct Al Maktoum International Airport, and its reputation as the largest supplier of industrial cabling in the Middle East goes hand-in-hand with what has been a huge project., said a senior official
“Ducab is delighted to have been centrally involved in this huge infrastructure project, the biggest in Dubai. This will further enhance the company’s already established reputation as one of the largest suppliers of industrial cabling in the Middle East, as well as further cementing its status as a trusted UAE business,” remarked Colin McKay, the general manager (sales & marketing) Ducab.
The construction of the airport has been the largest infrastructure project currently operating in Dubai. Most of the cabling and wiring that has been required for this project has been manufactured by Ducab, including LV, building wire, and a variety of specialist cabling, he stated.
This huge deal has further cemented Ducab’s position as a leading supplier of world-class industrial cabling and wiring to the local UAE marketplace. Ducab anticipates that having been involved in such a major project will also help it develop new markets for its products within the local region, said McKay.
In order to deliver the cabling that was required for the airport project, Ducab partnered with Al Nabooda Group, Kharafi National, and Thermo, in order to ensure its efficient and effective delivery.
Ducab is also keen to emphasise that the vast majority of cabling utilised in this project has been manufactured in the UAE. Thus, this will naturally make a great contribution to the UAE economy, as well as providing job opportunities for locals to the process of Emiratisation, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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