KSB opens regional base in Dubai
Dubai, July 12, 2011
KSB, a leading global manufacturer of pumps and valves, opened its new regional headquarters for Middle East and Africa in the Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), Dubai.
From the new 3,000 sq m facility, KSB will manage all business operations in the domestic market and neighbouring countries such as Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Yemen and Qatar.
“KSB’s new regional headquarters in Jafza will help them expand their market share further and bring their global expertise and offerings to even more customers across the region,” said Salma Hareb, CEO of Jebel Ali Free Zone.
“Since they first came into Jafza, KSB have set themselves on a determined path to growth, capitalizing on the huge opportunities presented in the Middle East, and Dubai in particular. We are pleased to have played a role in their progress in the region; and remain committed to supporting them in their onward plans,” Salma Hareb added.
KSB Middle East was established in Jafza in the year 2004 and has witnessed substantial growth ever since, especially in the areas of water extraction, transport and treatment as well as building services and industry.
The complex has been designed and constructed considering the green building concept and energy-efficient design specifications.
The building provides 45 employees with a generously sized and pleasant working environment, and also includes space for future expansion. The facility will soon be equipped with machinery to assemble pump sets and valve-actuator assemblies, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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